The oversight of prosecutors, either by their offices or the courts, is “either failing or nonexistent,” according to a new Innocence Project report examining five states, including New York.
The organization called on prosecutors, judges, disciplinary and defense lawyers as well as legislators to create “a comprehensive system of prosecutorial oversight to ensure the quality of prosecutorial behavior.”
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