|"All men deserve to go to jail for something they have done."|
Carletta "Dee" Bassano
(Washington/Hancock County District Attorney.) The most bias, unethical, crooked, despicable prosecutor we have seen
From the amount of complaints we have received
All Maine Prosecutors have this bias and unethical attitude against men
That’s quite a statement from a prosecutor isn’t it? If you are wonder if she is the only district attorney to think this way? The Answer to that is, NO!
How to File a Complaint Against Prosecutor
Prosecutors and their advocates say complete and absolute immunity from civil liability is critical to the performance of their jobs. They argue that self-regulation and professional sanctions from state bar associations are sufficient to deter misconduct. Yet there’s little evidence that state bar associations are doing anything to police prosecutors, and numerous studies have shown that those who misbehave are rarely if ever professionally disciplined. You can help stop this misconduct by filing “valid” complaints. They all have a professional license
to practice. So you need to attack there license when they violate there own rules of conduct.
They will do everything they can to prevent you from knowing how to file a valid complaint.
There are a number of ways for a prosecutor to commit misconduct.
Prosecutor malfeasance can take many forms, including abusive investigative
practices, threats and other coercive tactics, lying to eyewitnesses, forensic fraud, and framing the innocent. The most common forms of prosecutorial misconduct are:
* Charging a suspect with more offenses than is warranted
* Withholding or delaying the release of exculpatory evidence
* Deliberately mishandling, mistreating, or destroying evidence
* Allowing witnesses they know or should know are not truthful to testify
* Pressuring defense witnesses not to testify
* Relying on fraudulent forensic experts (Used in Hancock County by default)
* During plea negotiations, overstating the strength of the evidence
* Making statements to the media that are designed to arouse public indignation
* Making improper or misleading statements to the jury
* Failing to report prosecutor misconduct when it is discovered
* Charging without probable cause
* Engaging in selective prosecution
* Concealing evidence
* Failing to enforce perjury statutes
Prosecutors in Maine practice this misconduct on a daily basis. Most prosecutors
think they have a right to do whatever they wish. Prosecutors typically make inappropriate comments to jurors, or coax witnesses into giving false or misleading testimony. But one of the most pervasive misdeeds is the Brady violation, or the failure to turn over favorable evidence to the defendant. Your court appointed attorney will typically assist the prosecutor in hiding favorable evidence to the defendant. It’s the most common form of misconduct cited by courts in overturning convictions.
The second they pull any of the above, document everything, then when the time is right, file a “valid” complaint with The Board of Overseers of the Bar.
Make there ethical violations against you on there permanent record.
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