Prosecutors

Criminal Justice

Court reporters accused of stealing $485K by billing for bogus pages

Legal History

Father-and-son district attorney duo are first in state, newspaper says

Criminal Justice

Detective’s new look at 2006 case leads to murder charge against former prosecutor

Sentencing/Post Conviction

New conviction-integrity unit in DC is said to be first created by a federal prosecutor

Careers

Prosecutor whose bikini photo was reportedly found in inmate’s cell resigns $83K-a-year job

Criminal Justice

Post-9/11 ‘Tour de Force’ bikes from Boston to DC to NYC to honor terrorism victims

Criminal Justice

Prosecutor resigns amid video voyeurism investigation

Privacy Law

Fired John Doe prosecutor can remain anonymous in suit against Justice Department, judge rules

Careers

Ex-prosecutor blames Ambien, job pressure for Web posts he resigned over; says few were work-related

Environmental Law

Citing climate change concerns, prosecutor drops criminal charges against coal protesters

Criminal Justice

DA says smartphones should block texting behind wheel, wants insurance discounts for such devices

Prosecutors

Retired prosecutor who convicted two men just exonerated after 30 years behind bars is unrepentant

Criminal Justice

Deputy Los Angeles city attorney charged with child porn possession

Legal Ethics

Prosecutors in supervisory roles need to create a ‘culture of compliance,’ ABA ethics opinion says

Criminal Justice

Ex-official gets time in law firm kickback case

Court Security

Prosecutor slayings suspect wanted to target former judges, too, those in charge of murder case say

Labor & Employment

New DA fires 5 prosecutors

Constitutional Law

After stalemate between rancher, armed militia and feds, Nevada prosecutor not rushing to bring case

Features

Prisoner exonerations are at an all-time high, and it’s not because of DNA testing

White-Collar Crime

Former US Attorney takes plea in tax-return case, agrees to pay $290K