Tuesday, March 19, 2013
The post is at Crime & Consequences. In part:
I noted here the case of prominent Washington, DC defense attorney Charles Daum, who recently received a 63-month prison sentence for faking evidence and suborning perjury. I have looked a bit more into the case. The reaction of members of the defense bar is revealing.
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His defense colleagues see nothing he should regret. The only thing the public should be worried about are the prosecutors -- the ones who decline to be bullied into giving a free pass to this sort of behavior.