An Analysis of Prosecutorial Accountability Mechanism for Wrongful Cases

Tingbin CHANG, Guofeng LIN

Abstract


Prosecutorial accountability mechanism for wrongful cases will encourage legal handling of cases and ensure judicial justice. Despite the problems emerging in the process of prosecution, such as misapprehensions of arrests that do not result in criminal charges and of releases after a series of prosecutorial procedures, we cannot risk abolishing the mechanism that holds involving prosecutors liable for their mistakes and misconduct in wrongful cases, but endeavor to improve in ways that define wrongful cases, prosecutorial accountability and immunity from prosecutorial mistakes.


Keywords


Prosecutors; Wrongful cases; Prosecutorial accountability mechanism

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/11864

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