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The reasons for the exercise of prosecutorial discretion are both practical and humanitarian.
The Menendez case has already spawned legal skirmishes, including accusations that the Justice Department engaged in prosecutorial misconduct.
This type of prosecutorial error is almost never punished.
Doing your prosecutorial duty in that office is not considered helpful.’’ Weirich disagrees, saying ‘
Yet Gonzalez has become a highly visible member of the new progressive prosecutorial class.
Two have been handled by New Day co-host Chris Cuomo, who does not lack self confidence and can get rather censorious and prosecutorial.
Since the coup, restrictions on public assembly, phone and Internet use have tightened immensely, and hundreds of people have been fined or imprisoned on criminal defamation charges, for which Thailand has an eclectic prosecutorial toolkit.
U.S. attorneys do not have the power to disobey Department of Justice directives, but there is enormous prosecutorial discretion in the position, experts and U.S. attorneys themselves agreed.
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