Being a Prosecutor of 25 years never, ever, ever is it all as simple as you think.
That's not fair. You're just using experience, facts and reasoning for your response.
The problem is most prosecutors are only interested in getting a conviction with too little interest in whether the suspect is actually guilty.
And what it "it"??? lying and carrying off a charade as the state has done here???
It is clear the prosecution is way out of line, ethically if not legally, in playing hide-and-seek, and the Court and prosecutors should be active in ensuring Crump provides the evidence. They are not, thereby showing the prosecutors acting with no interest in justice or in accordance with legal procedure.
Easy or not, the facts stand: the prosecution is making this much more difficult than it need be.
Actually, it's pretty simple.
If the prosecutor shielded a witness from discovery under the false pretense that she was a minor that is prosecutorial misconduct.
Surprised you have the nerve to show your face on these threads after your earlier comments on the case. For example, you agreed with Santorum when he said:
In remarks after President Obama made his first public comment on the matter, former Pennsylvania senator Rick Santorum said Friday that the handling by Florida law enforcement of the Trayvon Martin case has been horrible and that the states Stand Your Ground law should not apply to the shooter, George Zimmerman.
Well, Stand Your Ground is not doing what this man did, Santorum said Friday morning at a campaign event in Monroe, La. Theres a difference between Stand Your Ground and doing what he did. And its a horrible case. Its chilling to hear what happened, and of course the fact that law enforcement didnt immediately go after and prosecute this case is another chilling example of horrible decisions made by people in this process.
Why should you be given any credibility?