Dallas Criminal Lawyer Blog reports that:
The Fort Worth Court of Appeals has issued a second opinion concerning misconduct by a Tarrant County Assistant District Attorney.
For the second time, the Fort Worth Appeals Court found the prosecutor's trial tactics to be intentional and/or reckless prosecutorial misconduct. In particular, the court cited the prosecutor's tactic of repeatedly commenting on the Defendant's invocation of her right to remain silent.
But here's something that pisses me off:
Dallas lawyer says it's a "Tarrant County ADA," mentions the defendant's name (she's now been cleared) and notes the judge.
What's missing? The NAME of the scummy prosecutor who defiled the law and wrongly convicted someone by resorting to tactics that constituted prosecutorial misconduct.
Here at INDEFENSIBLE we name names! And so with a little digging, I can now report that the "Tarrant County ADA" is named:
Interesting that nowhere in the appellate opinion is Meyer named--instead the opinion goes out of it's way to only refer to "the state."
Well Shame on you Mick Meyer!
Turns out Meyer was suspended too after some drunken softball row in which nasty prosecutors taunted the Tarrant Count Advocates who provide mentoring to juvenile offenders.