• realnrh

    How about expanding the death penalty, so that if a prosecutor is found to have knowingly and willfully caused an innocent person to be executed, then that prosecutor will be considered to have committed premeditated murder and receive the same sentence? And then permit aggrieved families to pursue such cases directly, so prosecutors can’t just refuse to indict each other. If a prosecutor knows that failure to dot all his i’s and cross all his t’s and provide a completely fair trial will result in his own exposure to the penalty, he’s going to be much less gung-ho about getting someone killed… and unlike a ‘regular’ murder, a prosecutor definitely knows the local laws and is not flying off the handle and getting someone killed on the spur of the moment, so it WOULD have a deterrent effect.

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