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When Prosecutors Admit to Cheating

"A prosecutor plays fast and loose with the evidence. A trial judge refuses to waste time by declaring a mistrial. An appellate court rubber stamps the whole thing by deferring to the trial judge. This sadly happens all the time in every corner of the country and in both federal and state court. But it didn't happen this time. This time Duffy (the prosecutor) took the not-so-subtle hint from the judges and confessed their error in writing to the federal court." 

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