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HOW THE COURTS AND LEGISLATURE PROTECT PROSECUTORS FROM ACCOUNTABILITY FOR VIOLATION OF LAWS, ETHICAL RULES & CITIZEN’S RIGHTS - By Judge Stan Billingsley (Ret.)
“ The prosecutor has more power over life, liberty, and reputation than any other person in America.” —United States Attorney General and Supreme Court Justice Robert H. Jackson
"Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” Lord Acton, in a letter to Bishop Mandell Creighton, 1887.
By Judge Stan Billingsley (Ret.)
The scales of justice are being increasingly tilted by the courts to favor the prosecutor and government at the expense of citizen’s constitutional rights.
In this book Judge Billingsley examines the rulings of the courts which have created this growing imbalance of power, and suggests remedies for restoring the constitutional protections found in our Federal and State Constitutions.
“Virtually immune from judicial sanction, professional discipline, and civil liability, prosecutors enjoy limitless, unmonitored, and, for the most part, unreviewable power. This power and insulation from review invite abuse and public mistrust, shaking confidence in the criminal justice system.” Duke Law Journal - 57 Duke L. J. 131
“…acts of moral turpitude and constitutional transgression (by prosecutors) are routinely ignored by the Courts and ethics authorities.” ProsecutorialMisconduct.blogspot.com
The growth of unchecked power of prosecutors is shockingly expressed by the following comments of three Justices of the Kentucky Supreme Court who voted to create absolute immunity for acts of Kentucky Prosecutors in a 1994 ruling:
“…the public interest in the unflinching enforcement of the law must prevail over the private interest of a wronged citizen.”
“The… (prosecutor’s immunity from civil claims for malicious prosecution) … is absolute. It protects the public prosecutor against inquiry into his motives, and from liability, even though he knows that he has no probable cause for the institution of the proceedings and initiates them for an altogether improper purpose.”
“This book provides a much needed and long overdue resource for every real criminal defense lawyer in Kentucky. Buy it, order extra copies for your fellow warriors at the defense bar, read it, cite it and use it in every case where you are called upon to act to defend your client… – Louisville Attorney Frank Mascagni, III
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