Prosecutor Misconduct No. 1667409230 - 111686507

James Adams

Reporting Authority

This complaint has been forwarded to the The Florida Bar


I filed as a pro se, civil rico against the police. I was then soon after, kidnapped and victimized by bail bond racket accompanying document fraud. They stole $15k then kidnapped me again in Illinois and flew me to Florida in handcuffs to jail me on a no bond to cover the earlier fraud. This was because I sued the police first for burglarizing me and ignoring to prosecute my abusive ex fiancé who raped me, attempted to murder me by drugging me, and stole $2M worth of my business assets from a clothing store I used to own. Now I’m being cyber stalked, please tell me if they were impersonating police officers. I question whether this is a real department or not even.

Definition of Offense(s)

Prosecutorial misconduct refers to actions by a prosecutor that are unethical, illegal, or violate the rights of a defendant.

Prosecutor misconduct involving bias refers to when a prosecutor allows personal opinions, prejudices, or other factors to influence their decision making or behavior in a criminal case.

Cooperative misconduct refers to a situation where the prosecutor collaborates or conspires with another party, such as the police, to commit misconduct. This type of behavior can include suppressing evidence, withholding information, or engaging in unethical tactics to secure a conviction.

Destruction of evidence refers to a situation in which a prosecutor intentionally or recklessly destroys or conceals evidence that is material to the outcome of a criminal case.

Evidence that is favorable to the defendant (exculpatory) and could impact the outcome of the defendant’s case (material) is often called “Brady material” because of the seminal 1963 U.S. Supreme Court case, Brady v. Maryland.

Judicial proceedings type of prosecutor misconduct refers to unethical or illegal actions taken by a prosecutor during the course of a trial or other legal proceeding.

Obstruction of justice by a prosecutor refers to actions taken by a prosecutor to interfere with the administration of justice, such as hiding or withholding evidence, lying or making false statements in court, or engaging in other behavior that undermines the fairness and integrity of the legal

"Overcharging" refers to a prosecutor bringing excessive or unwarranted charges against a defendant in a criminal case. This can occur when a prosecutor deliberately or recklessly charges someone with more crimes or more serious crimes than the evidence supports.

Suborning perjury is a type of prosecutor misconduct where the prosecutor encourages or induces a witness or a defendant to provide false testimony under oath in a court of law.

Whistleblower retaliation is a type of prosecutor misconduct that involves taking adverse action against a person who has reported or is suspected of reporting illegal or unethical behavior by a prosecutor or other public official.

Witness tampering is a form of prosecutor misconduct where the prosecutor intentionally tries to interfere with the testimony of a witness in a court proceeding.