Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Joyce Ann Brown, Anthony Graves, and Michael Morton; Dallas Morning news takes on prosecutorial misconduct - and applauds the State Bar of Texas for finally doing something about it after "a wave of cases unraveled and began exposing how fragile and vulnerable to manipulation the justice system is."

PUBLISHER'S NOTE: Although this editorial does not relate directly to the subject matter of this Blog, it paints a vivid picture of Texas justice, demonstrates how "a wave of cases unraveled and began exposing how fragile and vulnerable to manipulation the justice system is," and shows how the State Bar of Texas is beginning to sanction dishonest prosecutors by stripping away their ability to practice law. As the editorial notes, "In some cases, disbarment may be too little punishment for a dishonest DA, but it at least sends a message that the bar will not give safe harbor to conniving members of the justice system."
EDITORIAL: "Exonerees' fights remind us to be vigilant against justice," published by the Dallas Morning News on June 15, 2015.

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