Could Harsher Penalties Deter Prosecutors from Tampering with Exculpatory Evidence?

Could Harsher Penalties Deter Prosecutors from Tampering with Exculpatory Evidence? Richard Byrne III* Any practicing attorney, law student, or layperson knows that tampering with evidence is one of the worst misdeeds an attorney can commit. Not only does the tampering of evidence often result in otherwise incorrect rulings, it completely undermines the judicial system’s primaryContinue reading “Could Harsher Penalties Deter Prosecutors from Tampering with Exculpatory Evidence?”