Michael Vargas wrote an article on Lessons from the Rittenhouse and McMichael trials for San Jose Spotlight.

“Professor Bruce Green argues an informed public is the best antidote to prosecutorial misconduct. The challenge is that, outside of these cases, prosecutorial misconduct occurs within the opaque confines of DA offices. Prosecutorial decisions are rarely explicit, and even when they are explicit, they may be pretext. Still, the McMichael case should remind the public we have a duty to monitor our elected prosecutors and their offices.”