Ethical constraints on prosecutorial discretion are rarely scrutinized more than in cases of political corruption by elected officials of either major party.

Defense attorneys and former prosecutors said Wednesday that U.S. Attorney Michael Garcia has to tread carefully in deciding whether or not to prosecute Eliot Spitzer, who has already been driven from the governor’s mansion by revelations that he hired a prostitute through a high-priced escort service.

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