Nearly twenty years ago, I wrote an essay on the ethics of prosecution in a time of mass incarceration called “Can You Be a Good Person and a Good Prosecutor?”1 I am both pleased and perplexed that the essay, which caused some controversy at the time, continues to strike a chord—at least with the organizers of this online conversation. I appreciate the invitation to weigh in on whether you can be a good person and a good prosecutor in 2018.
"Good Person, Good Prosecutor in 2018,"
Fordham Law Review Online: Vol. 87
, Article 2.
Available at: https://ir.lawnet.fordham.edu/flro/vol87/iss1/2