Ethics & Human Bias: The Co-Existence of ABA Model Rule 3.8 and Human Bias

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ABA Model Rule 3.8 sets forth a prosecutor’s ethical responsibilities.  How does a prosecutor’s inherent humanness – and their susceptibility to the influences of implicit bias and confirmation bias – impact their ability to meet their duty under Rule 3.8 and fulfill their role as a Minister of Justice?

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