Plans for Expansion
An estimated 16,000 findings of prosecutorial misconduct have been made in the United States since 1970. The CPI Registry of Prosecutorial Misconduct was developed to demonstrate the feasibility of a national database of prosecutorial misconduct.
The initial 200 cases, focusing on misconduct by federal prosecutors, reveal a broad range of ethical breaches. Over time, the Center for Prosecutor Integrity will expand the Registry to include all known cases of prosecutorial misconduct.
To accomplish this challenge, CPI is partnering with state lawmakers, criminal justice groups, civil rights organizations, and others. CPI invites financial contributions from interested individuals and groups.
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