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5. Prosecutors have qualified immunity for their conduct as advocates in the judicial phase of the criminal process. (Points : 2)
The answer is False. FALSE. They enjoy Prosecutorial Immunity similar to Judicial Immunity or Absolute Immunity Judges enjoy. Police enjoy (have) Qualified Immunity. With very RARE exceptions, Prosecutor's and Judge's can not be sued, period, for official acts.
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User: 5. Prosecutors have qualified immunity for their conduct as advocates in the judicial phase of the criminal process. (Points : 2)

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The answer is False. FALSE. They enjoy Prosecutorial Immunity similar to Judicial Immunity or Absolute Immunity Judges enjoy.

Police enjoy (have) Qualified Immunity.

With very RARE exceptions, Prosecutor's and Judge's can not be sued, period, for official acts.

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