Document Type

Article

Publication Title

Georgetown Law Journal

Publication Date

1967

Abstract

This is the first of a two-part treatment of the ethical problems of prosecuting attorneys. Mr. Freedman explores certain practices allegedly engaged in by prosecutors, pointing up the unique decisions they must make and the ethical implications of their actions. He examines six areas of particular difficulty, attempting to delineate the fine line between strategy and unethical activity in each.

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