Andrew Wise Comments on Justice Department's Public Integrity Section in The New York Times

"Justice Dept.'s Watchdog on Graft Is Finding Its Teeth Again"
The New York Times
04.01.14Andrew Wise commented on the reemergence of the Justice Department's Public Integrity Section following a previously lower profile stemming from the dismissal of all corruption charges against former Senator Ted Stevens. While defense attorneys argue that prosecutors play unfairly, the Public Integrity Section's newly mandated training on the government's obligation to disclose evidence, dating back to Brady v. Maryland, seeks to remedy that opinion. Wise said that he was glad that the training tackled the problem, "I don’t get the sense that suddenly, post-Stevens, the epidemic has been fixed," Wise said.
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