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49 CRIMINAL JUSTICE ■ Winter 2007 Improper Use of Plea Agreements to Vouch United States v. Harlow, 444 F.3d 1255 (10th Cir. 2006), was discussed in the last column in connection with the question whether a prosecutor acts improperly when he or she uses the trial judge to vouch for the credibility of prosecution witnesses. This column addresses the impermissible use of plea agreements to vouch for the credibility of a witness. Brief review of the facts Harlow was the last of several defendants to...

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