Massive Prosecutorial Misconduct during Grand Jury Process? MJEOL Bullet #162-Part 1 There are shocking new details today (July 8 2004) in the Michael Jackson case. Apparently there was massive prosecutorial misconduct during the grand jury process. Prosecutors were bullying witnesses, became involved in personal arguments between witnesses and vouched for their version of events to grand jurors while accusing other witnesses of lying. Witnesses were also told not to talk to the defense by prosecutors. In addition, sources say prosecutors didnt allow grand jurors to ask certain questions and denied their request to have certain witnesses called back to for further testimony. This is massive prosecutorial misconduct which can be corroborated by the grand jury transcripts.
Getting facts out of Melville has been tough lately No big deal. That’s what Carrie Wagner said when I called the Santa Barbara Superior Court this week to request information from her boss, Judge Rodney Melville. No big deal? The information is available? Have I died and gone to First Continue Reading