Frank writes about the troubling case of Joseph Groia, who was subjected to disciplinary proceedings by the Law Society for defending his client in an “uncivil” manner. Read the full article here.
Update: This L.A. Times editorial on the “epidemic” of prosecutorial misconduct in California illustrates the different roles prosecutors and defence counsel have in the criminal justice system. Prosecutors shouldn’t be out to win, but to see justice. Yet like in Canada, prosecutors who violate their duties rarely get formally censured.