Title
CJSP07final
By
tappe
Description
55 CRIMINAL JUSTICE ■ Spring 2007 Improper Use of the Trial Judge as Voucher United States v. Harlow, 444 F.3d 1255 (10th Cir. 2006), analyzes whether a prosecutor acts improperly when he uses the trial judge to vouch for the credibility of prosecution witnessses The court finds that the prosecutor’s invitatiio to the jury to rely on the actions of the judge amounted to improper vouching, although the impropriety was not serious enough to warrant overturrnin the defendant’s conviction. The facts...

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