The majority of wrongful convictions are the product of prosecutorial misconduct. Yet prosecutors almost never face accountability. Why?
There are many unexpected impacts from the Supreme Court's decision in Dobbs, including new prosecutions of pregnant women for substance use.
In the United States, it's okay for prosecutors to lie and misrepresent evidence in an attempt to get a defendant to plead guilty.
When it comes to prosecutorial discretion, the media narrative often depends on which way prosecutors exercise that discretion.
Prosecutors overcharging defendants has become the rule, not the exception, in the criminal justice system. It's fair to ask why.
The plea deals being offered and accepted in January 6 insurrection cases offer a good opportunity to see the enormous power prosecutors have.
The fact that Cosby's convictions were overturned made headlines for many reasons, but one should be the flaws with prosecutorial discretion.
Allegheny County DA Stephen Zappala may face accountability after his unethical plea deal memo went public, but only time will tell.