Prosecutorial Misconduct Epidemic Bears Rotten Fruit

The definition of Prosecutorial Misconduct is [1]: Prosecutorial misconduct is conduct which violates court rules or ethical standards of law practice. Examples, among others, may include: Prosecutorial misconduct is conduct which violates court rules or ethical standards of law practice. Examples, among others, may include:Courtroom misconduct (making improper remarks or improperly introducing evidence designed to[...]
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Press Release Short Hempfling v Stanford

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Federal Lawsuit: Government Corruption in Arizona County Court Clerk’s Office Clerks criminally interfere in the judicial proceeding of an open civil case under the dark shadow of criminal activity. Apache Junction,Arizona November 13, 2015 A recent survey by California’s Chapman University found that Americans’ greatest fear is GOVERNMENT CORRUPTION.1 On November 10,[…]

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Hempfling v Stanford

LEE & SUESIE HEMPFLING. PRO SE IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF ARIZONA Lee & Suesie                 ) No.                                                 ) Hempfling;                              ) 2:15-cv-02268-DJH ) Plaintiffs.                              ) ) vs.                                       ) ) Amanda Stanford,                          )                                                 ) CIVIL RIGHTS Lynn Hurley,                    ) COMPLAINT UNDER                                                 ) 42 U.S.C. § 1983                                                 ) Defendants.                              )                                                 )                                                     )          )                                                 ) ) ) Jurisdiction[…]

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