Law360 (March 26, 2010, 3:11 PM EDT) -- Allegations of prosecutorial misconduct recently reverberated across the country during the federal prosecution of former Alaskan Senator Ted Stevens and threatened to undermine the public's confidence in the criminal justice system.
The presiding judge, the Honorable Emmet G. Sullivan (appointed by President Clinton in 1994) excoriated the U.S. Department of Justice's prosecutors, declaring, "[a]gain and again, both during and after the trial in this case, the Government was caught making false representations and not meeting its discovery obligations." United States v. Stevens, Criminal Action No. 08-231(EGS) (D.D.C.), Mot. Hr'g. Tr. 4 (Apr. 7, 2009).
Judge Sullivan further observed that he had...
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