Photo:Stephen Eastwood
Anand Jon; Chole Norgaard Malibu, CA Feb 25, 2007


Anand Jon has become the symbol of the innocent man fighting for truth and justice. The Anand Jon affair has become the example of one of the worst prosecutorial misconduct and racism case of the century.“We trust court will do the right thing and grant a new trial and Anand Jon will be exonerated and an innocent man will go home to his family.” –Lenny Levine, Anand Jon Defense AttorneyAnand Jon hails from a close knit family of revolutionary scholars and freedom fighters who actively embraced Mahatma Gandhi’s policy of “ahimsa” which means “non-violent resistance to liberate India from colonial rule.”Anand ...

Read More


Prosecutorial misconduct occurs when a prosecutor breaks a law or a code of professional ethics in the course of a prosecution. In Berger v. United States, 295 U.S. 78 (1935), Justice Sutherland explained prosecutorial misconduct meant “overstepp[ing] the bounds of that propriety and fairness which should characterize the conduct of such an officer in the prosecution of a criminal offense.”

Read More