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Based on yesterday's post and discussion in the comments section, lets just call a Satz a Satz and throw this question out there for discussion:
Hypothetical: You are a prosecutor in charge of screening arrests and filing charges and the police come to you with the arrest of an individual who is seen by one unbiased witness performing a sexual act on an incapacitated elderly person. There is no physical evidence, there are no statements, there is no 404(b) Williams Rule evidence available. All you have is one witness who is one hundred percent certain they saw the Defendant perform an outlandish and horrific act upon an incapacitated person.
What do you do and why do you do it?
Answers with case law/Rules of Ethics get extra credit.
You have twenty minutes, no peeking at your neighbors. Begin........NOW.
It slipped by us yesterday. Usually we wear a Tuxedo to work and have a little party. Yesterday was the First Monday in October and the US Supreme Court is now officially in session. May Obama save the United States and this Honorable Court.
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