Actual innocence

By Neil Gordon

Exonerated defendants whose cases involved prosecutorial misconduct

Changing an office's culture

By Steve Weinburg

In San Diego County, prosecutors have tried to do the right thing—but haven't always succeeded

Misconduct and punishment

By Neil Gordon

State disciplinary authorities investigate prosecutors accused of misconduct

Inside an office

By Steve Weinburg

An elected prosecutor explains misconduct from an inside perspective

Nationwide numbers

State-by-state data for The Harmful Error

Turning on their own

By Steve Weinburg

A group of former prosecutors cites a colleague's pattern of misconduct

Playing by the rules

By Steve Weinburg

Even when a prosecutor tries to do everything right, the wrong person may still be convicted

Anatomy of misconduct

By Steve Weinburg

There's much to learn when a trial goes terribly wrong

A question of integrity

By Steve Weinburg

Prosecutors dispute the significance of 'prosecutorial misconduct'

Punishing the wrongfully convicted

By Steve Weinburg

Federal law keeps defendants denied a fair trial – including those who may be innocent – behind bars

Shielding misconduct

By Steve Weinburg

The law immunizes prosecutors from civil suits

A short history of exposing misconduct

By Steve Weinburg

An unlikely cast of characters has shone a spotlight on bad prosecutors, and on occasion, sparked reform

Breaking the rules

By Steve Weinburg

Who suffers when a prosecutor is cited for misconduct?

Methodology, The Team for Harmful Error

How the Center compiled data for the Harmful Error articles