Withholding evidence, perjury, suborning perjury, false court documents, etc. Sound like what criminals do? Unfortunately this kind of conduct is common amongst Prosecutors when they want to win a case against you. It is common knowledge that in our present system, one can indict a postage stamp. [see proof] With the ignoring of prosecutorial misconduct being allowed and ignored by our judiciary [see the DiPrete case] and bar members, it is becoming possible to convict a postage stamp as well. Read how the case against Ronald L'Heureux was handled and the impossibility, thus far, of getting prosecutorial misconduct properly addressed. Also see similar issues in the Thomas Livermore case.