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The legal poobahs are all aflutter, issuing statements as to how this is the classic first prosecutorial step: The prosecutor starts with a vulnerable target at the bottom and works his way up to the top.
This all reflects standard prosecutorial practice, seeking the strongest case on specific offenses, with the evidence at hand -- and the goal of bigger targets who might be pulled in.
The Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday signaled a pivot away from the prosecutorial approach to enforcement that the agency pursued after the financial crisis.
Kelly did away with prosecutorial discretion for undocumented immigrants, which had prioritized the deportation of those who committed serious crimes.
The speed is also consistent with Mueller’s investigative and prosecutorial style.
Senator Dianne Feinstein noted that Benczkowski, a partner at the firm Kirkland & Ellis, has no prosecutorial experience and almost no experience in a courtroom.
Defendants must show that a misstep was related to an administrative matter, like a hiring or a firing, or to an officewide policy, not just to specific prosecutorial decisions.
Ayala is the only person empowered to make prosecutorial decisions for her judicial circuit.
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