prosecutor; criminal justice reform; criminal law
Most people who become prosecutors are honest and ethical public servants who take that job for varied reasons including protecting the community, assisting victims of crime, gaining trial experience, or enhancing future employment prospects and long-term political goals. Earnest and hard-working, these prosecutors bristle at the very question of whether a good person can be a good prosecutor. The question though is not about a good person and their motives or ethical compass, but about the role: What does it mean to be a good prosecutor especially in the era of mass incarceration?
"Can a Good Person Be a Good Prosecutor?,"
Fordham Law Review Online: Vol. 87
, Article 8.
Available at: https://ir.lawnet.fordham.edu/flro/vol87/iss1/8