Deceitful Prosecutors Are Rarely Disciplined, NY Attorney Charges

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Prosecutors are rarely held accountable for misconduct, a New York attorney who won a $5 million wrongful conviction settlement charges. Attorney Joel Rudin said his investigation uncovered dozens of cases of prosecutorial misconduct in the Bronx district attorney’s office that did not result in disciplinary action. Rudin said his review of appellate decisions showed that
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