N.C. Prosecutors Rarely Disciplined, Paper Finds

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For the wrongfully convicted, prosecutorial misconduct can mean years in prison. For the prosecutors, there are rarely any consequences, says the Raleigh News & Observer in a series on the subject. The law has a remedy when helpful evidence is withheld; the defendant can win a new trial. The law doesn’t levy any punishment for
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