Federal prosecutor Daniel Zachem has a lot riding on a pro se civil suit against him that alleges he participated in a conspiracy to violate the rights of a D.C. Superior Court grand juror.

But the suit has far-reaching implications for all federal prosecutors, and so Zachem’s lawyer wants the U.S. Supreme Court to pick up the case and reverse an appellate ruling this year that narrowed the scope of prosecution immunity from suit.

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