Brooke Williams is an investigative reporter based in Boston. Her data-driven investigations have won national awards and appeared in The New York Times, the Center for Public Integrity, The San Diego Union-Tribune and inewsource.org, among other publications. She teaches journalism at Boston University and currently is working on an investigation of misconduct by federal prosecutors for The Intercept. You can reach her via Signal at 202-615-3551.
How the Secretive “Discipline” Process for Federal Prosecutors Buries Misconduct Cases
At the Office of Professional Responsibility, complaints against federal prosecutors for misconduct go in, but they never come out.
Federal Death Penalty Prosecutors Accuse One Another of Destroying Evidence and Other Misconduct in Discrimination Lawsuit
Federal prosecutors charged with promoting “consistency and fairness” in death penalty cases have been hurling misconduct accusations against one another.
The Botched Cliven Bundy Case Was Just the Latest Example of Prosecutorial Misconduct in Las Vegas
An ongoing, nationwide examination of federal prosecutors by The Intercept shows the Nevada U.S. Attorney’s Office has a history prosecutorial misconduct.
Federal Prosecutors Are Using Plea Bargains as a Secret Weapon for Deportations
Prosecutors are using plea agreements to push noncitizens to waive their right to an immigration hearing before being deported.