Jameson v. Montgomery

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Ruled that constitution’s victims’ rights provision precluded suit against individuals entitled to prosecutorial immunity in case where district attorney misrepresented victim’s sentencing preference for perpetrator of crime; dissent disagreed, arguing that district attorney’s dishonest acts were outside the course and scope of his professional duties

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