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When the Police Become Prosecutors

This article, "When the Police Become Prosecutors" in The New York Times, taught me something about the criminal law I had no idea existed. In some states, many thousands of misdemeanor cases are brought by police officers without lawyers as prosecutors. The article, by a Harvard Law scholar, suggests this practice causes harm by not separating the arresting power from the prosecuting power. I'm inclined to agree. A fresh set of eyes by a prosecutor can prevent a person from getting stuck with a conviction for a weak case that shouldn't have been brought. 

Read the NY Times article here

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