More on the Discretion of the Prosecutor
urts are loathe to interfere with prosecutors’ judgments. The criminal defendant tries to challenge a prosecutor’s (or an entire prosecutor’s office) participation in an insurance fraud prosecution. The standard for prosecutorial disqualification is understandably very high. Efforts to disqualify prosecutors should not be allowed to interfere with the broad discretion afforded to prosecutors in the criminal process.
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