Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Attacking the "immunity" issue

Should prosecutors be immune from civil and criminal prosecution regarding their official behavior? That subject [discussed here].

Should judges be granted blanket immunity even for bad, malicious, and illegal behavior? Should police, attorney, prosecutiorial, judicial, and official misconduct be the rule, rather than the exception, as it is so obvious in the state of Connecticut and other like states?

The Connecticut [example]

3 Comments:

Blogger nootkabear said...

Hell No, there shouldn't be blanket immunity, judicial immunity, absolute immunity, or any other kind of immunity for the prosecutors, judges, clerks or any of the other idiots within the law enforcement/Judicial systems.

Unless these prima-donnas come down off of their pedestals and start becoming accountable for their actions, things are going to get a hell of a lot worse before they better.

And yes, it is everywhere. Georgia has a really bad case of the "I'm Absolutely Immune, not just from damages, but from everything syndrome"!

I was just contemplating on why it is that some people have to abide by the law when so many of the law enforcers are constantly breaking the law. Isn't that kind of an oxy-moron or something?

Saturday, April 25, 2009 12:51:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Perhaps we should talk. http://www.nydailynews.com/news/ny_crime/2009/04/09/2009-04-09_attorney_probed_in_threats.html

ScottAlanStern@gmail.com

Sunday, April 26, 2009 5:46:00 PM  
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Sunday, May 17, 2009 8:40:00 PM  

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