Prosecutor Misconduct No. 1700605293 - 1536746602

Jody S Pickens

Date of Offense

June 26, 2023

Reporting Authority

This complaint has been forwarded to the Tennessee Bar Association

Supporting Document(s)


The secretary of the Jackson Tennessee DA office, whom I reached at 731-423-5800 laughed & refused to transfer me to a specific prosecutors voicemail regarding a case where a violent offender is facing 50+ years & has been arrested on homicide charges before in another state. The information I attempted to provide is a vital piece of strategy that would result in a win but the secretary suffers from oppositional defiance disorder & wanted to fight with me instead of connecting the call. Furthermore, the secretary indicated the information on the DA website is inaccurate & outdated as the CRIMMINAL investigator I asked for is now deceased. The secretary refused to provide her name & I lectured her on obstruction of justice as the information I have should go directly to the prosecutor.

Definition of Offense(s)

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