Cutting Edge Litigation on Prosecutorial Misconduct

The prosecutor may not vouch for police officer’s credibility by arguing that if police officers lied, they would lose their jobs. News of this decision was published in the Criminal Law Reporter. State v. William Mussey, 153 N.H. 272, 893 A.2d 701 (2006).

Prosecutor may not cross-examine the accused in an unfair and misleading manner by asking if prosecution witnesses lied to the jury. State v. Lopez, 156 N.H. 416, 937 A.2d 905 (2007).