How Jeff Sessions can offer justice to the wrongfully convicted
The Washington Post
April 12, 2017

“We expect the Justice Department to set the gold standard for ethics and professionalism by prosecutors, but here it lags behind local jurisdictions such as Los Angeles. The department has not established conviction-review units in the federal justice system, and this failure is an abdication of moral leadership that prevents state and county governments from taking the concept seriously.

“Federal prosecutors have created one local unit in the District, but the other 92 U.S. attorneys continue to ignore the problem. They refuse to acknowledge that a prosecutor’s ethical obligation to seek justice does not end once a conviction is obtained.”

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