Well ….. it’s about time!
This is a “biggy” – a significant step in establishing prosecutorial accountability and exposure to sanctions.
California has just enacted a law that exposes prosecutors who withhold or tamper with exculpatory evidence to felony charges, with up to three years imprisonment.
Please see the LA Times story here.
Now we just need to have this migrate to all the rest of the states and the Department of Justice.
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The “fair and equitable” National DA Association @NDAA is currently deaf on this and are quite unlike their blasting at President’s PCAST forensic report.