Prosecution Tactics & Moral Misconduct.

“It has become routine for prosecutors to pile on every conceivable charge you could possibly stretch the law somehow to interpret as applicable to the conduct they’re going after,” said the Cato Institute’s Julian Sanchez. “The reason is, of course, that it’s expensive and time consuming to actually have to go to the trouble of having a trial.”

via Win at all costs? Suicide of computer whiz prompts look at federal prosecutors’ tactics | Fox News.

This is something that we must keep in mind and be ready for it if you ever find yourself in a self-defense situation under the control of a OCD-affected D.A. with a competitive streak. Also it is a great reminder of why Stand Your Ground must be defended at all costs and that refunding the cost to a defendant for an obvious pattern of prosecutorial misconduct must be included in our laws.

Also, did you notice that tidbit about Plea Bargains? 97% of crimes are pleaded down?!? We don’t just have a revolving door for criminals but it is powered by a frigging jet engine.

3 Replies to “Prosecution Tactics & Moral Misconduct.”

    1. Good job Chicago. Don’t worry about all the murderers running loose, you got yourself the true menace: a woman seeking to defend herself.




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  1. If you join the NRA, you can purchase insurance for your defense if you’re prosecuted. My wife and I did it. It provides great peace of mind.




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