Loreweaver: It is a violation of the attorneys' code of conduct to provide sensitive information about a case to the general public, especially if you are withholding that information from opposing counsel. In this case, the prosecutor told the press (Twitter) that he was charging a witness with a crime, but he did so without actually telling the court about the charge, nor her attorney. It is a breach of protocol to withhold such information from the court.
strangeluck: A prosecutor tweeting about a case he's working on? Should get farking disbarred over that.Professionalism and Ethics last seen at the courthouse coffee shop crying uncontrollably.
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