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They have prosecuted parents, hiding evidence their daughter was killed by wild dogs. In the first study of its kind, a Chicago Tribune analysis of thousands of court records, appellate rulings and lawyer disciplinary records from across the United States has found:- Since a 1963 U. Supreme Court ruling designed to curb misconduct by prosecutors, at least 381 defendants nationally have had a homicide conviction thrown out because prosecutors concealed evidence suggesting innocence or presented evidence they knew to be false.
Of the 381 people whose homicide convictions were reversed, 46 were tried in Illinois.
That's the second-highest total and twice as many as the state that ranks third.
And that number represents only a fraction of how often such cheating occurs.- The U. Supreme Court has declared such misconduct by prosecutors to be so reprehensible that it warrants criminal charges and disbarment.
But not one of those prosecutors was convicted of a crime. Instead, many saw their careers advance, becoming judges or district attorneys.
Many prosecutors follow the rules and honor their obligations.