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“Law & Disorder: Criminal Justice on TV and in Real Life”
U.S. Still Fails to Meet International Obligation to Provide Consular Access
TCP Applauds DOJ for Review of Flawed Hair Evidence
TCP Renews Call for Federal Criminal Discovery Reform
TCP’s Board of Directors Appalled at Department of Justice Discovery Obligation Breaches
Responding to recent reports that the Department of Justice too often fails to disclose favorable evidence to defendants when it is constitutionally, legally, and ethically required to do so and calling on the Department to assure the American public that it is putting into practice the principle that a prosecutor's first duty is to ensure justice.
Watchdog Group Calls on AG To Back Discovery Reform
Congress Must Act to End Prosecutorial Misconduct
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Congress Must Act to Reform Criminal Discovery
Prosecutors Compromised Stevens Case
Senators from Alaska seek reform at US Department of Justice
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