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What if we all had a Ferguson prosecutor?

Every indicted person in St. Louis county should file a motion to dismiss their charges, citing “Equal Protection,” because they want the same grand jury treatment that Darren Wilson received from McCulloch. Continue reading

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I wonder how history will write the tale of Ferguson, Missouri, and the story of Mike Brown. Will it be a footnote of injustice, such as the murder of Emmett Till? A catalyst for rage, such as non-guilty verdicts for … Continue reading

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So You Want To Be A Prosecutor? 6 Rules to get started.

I have recently had several conversations with aspiring prosecutors, all of whom have an idealist desire to punish wrong-doers and protect the public.  It became obvious that they had very limited experience with the criminal justice system at all.  I … Continue reading

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