My rights not upheld.. Victim rights not upheld. Prosecutor doesn't review all

United States
April 2, 2010 4:44am CST
I was a victim in a criminal investigation. Evidence was passed over to prosecutor. Prosecutor did'nt, for some reason, review all evidence. There was recorded evidence that would support what had been done. Is it unethical for a prosecutor to not listen to these recordings? If the recordings have a person admitting to what he/she has done wrong to victim?
3 responses
@ronaldinu (12439)
• Malta
2 Apr 10
Hi Little Franciscan. Unfortunately human justice is not perfect. It seems that all humans are bound to err even prosecutors. Only God makes perfect justice. I am sorry that you had to experiences this yourself. Can you seek justice by having an appeal? I hope that you manage to get this sorted.
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• United States
3 Apr 10
Justice needs to be served at all times. If everything has been done correctly I have no problem but when corners are cut at the expense of not seeing very valuable evidence put forward then I have a problem I don't want a big deal just that justice is served.
@Thoroughrob (11748)
• United States
2 Apr 10
That is not good. I have never had to deal with a prosecutor, so I am not sure how things work, but I do think that it is their job to listen or review everything to do with a case. If they are not doing their job, they should be fired.
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• United States
2 Apr 10
I wonder what I can do? I actually wrote to the attorney General of the state where the action took place.
@basqui (3890)
• Philippines
4 Apr 10
What country are you in littlefran? And what was the crime that was committed? You should file for an appeal for another reading of your case in a higher court, maybe that will help.