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Can You Sue a Government Lawyer for Malpractice?

By Robert Ross |

PROSECUTORS RECEIVE IMMUNITY FROM CERTAIN MALPRACTICE CLAIMS UNDER FEDERAL LAW A federal statute (42 USC § 1983) gives criminal prosecutors immunity for actions “intimately associated with the judicial phase of the criminal process.” In some situations, public defenders may also receive immunity for actions taken in connection with defending their clients at trial. Further, federal prosecutors receive… Read More »

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