Richard D. Wilstatter, president of the New York State Association of Defense Lawyers correctly quoted me in a Letter to the Editor (“D.A. Policies Fail to Protect Rights,” July 31) saying that “disclosure is not only an ethical obligation, it is a moral imperative.”
Nevertheless I found it disingenuous that my position on disclosure was used out of context to gratuitously criticize my colleague, New York County District Attorney and president of the New York State District Attorneys Association Cyrus R. Vance Jr.
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