evidence police and prosecutors, eyewitnesses, ethics rule

we have to pick a case that showed a miscarriage of justice and create 3 new policies that should be created and put in place or can be a policy that has already been created. the case I chose is about Alton Logan the 3 policies I chose was 1. neglecting evidence police and prosecutors should not neglect evidence especially if new evidence was obtained after an arrest of a new suspect and evidence clearly points to a new suspect proposing: police/prosecutors must be willing to investigate new evidence creating a team/task force that reviews all serious crimes to make sure all leads are appropriately pursued 2. eyewitnesses should not be allowed 3. ethics rule refering to attorney client priviledge which protects most communications between clients and their lawyers proposing: allow attorneys to come forward to prevent a pThreerision sentence on an innocent individual example: Massachuesetts allows attorneys to come forward to “prevent the wronful…incarceration of another” pro: protecting innocent individuals cons: clients trust could be lost and client confidentiality for this miscarriage of justice both attorneys knew Alton was an innocent man, but they could legally do nothing here are some websites to help but they do not all have to be used about the case – winston https://wwws.law.northwestern.edu/student-life/student-services/orientation/documents/learning%20from%20alton%20logan.pdf?msclkid=966783a6b6a811ecb75c1dca39a33424 hasbani https://scholarlycommons.law.northwestern.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=7350&context=jclc https://www.law.northwestern.edu/legalclinic/wrongfulconvictions/exonerations/il/alton-logan.html https://www.ojp.gov/pdffiles1/nij/111460.pdf