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Almost 15 years ago, The New Yorker magazine ran a piece about the prevalence of prosecutorial misconduct in American criminal justice. There were, it suggested, an alarming number of cases in which the people’s attorney acted in careless or even flagrant disregard of defendant’s rights and the interests of justice. And it indicated that these dismaying lapses were usually not addressed by their colleagues or superiors.

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