Prosecutor Misconduct No. 1674511311 - 1558182864

Steven J Carney
70 Huntington Square
New London, Connecticut 06320

Reporting Authority

This complaint has been forwarded to the Connecticut Bar Association


The aforementioned prosecutor throughout the course of a criminal trial was caught by the defense inappropriately coaching witnesses, offering coercive plea deals to other parties in the case in exchange for charges dropped, ignorance/ignoring of civil rights in regards to a defendants Autism diagnosis, lying about offering deals after the fact to other parties in a criminal case despite the defense possessing hard copies of deal to the defense when the witness did not say what the prosecution wanted them to say; Furthermore, continued malicious prosecution in retaliation for the case being reversed on appeal and the charges not being re-affirmed by the CT-Supreme Court.

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.

Coercive plea bargaining refers to the practice of using excessive pressure, threats, or other tactics to force a defendant to accept a plea bargain, even if it is against their best interest.

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.

"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.

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.