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St. Louis Bob McCulloch isn’t very smart or is very arrogant as he admits to allowing sworn testimony to presented to the grand jury he knew to be false. McCulloch was speaking on The McGraw Show which is a St Louis radio program on KTRS hosted by McGraw Milhaven and Kelly Jackson when the information slipped.
According to Missouri Rules of Professional Conduct, RULE 4-3.3, “A lawyer shall not knowingly offer evidence that the lawyer knows to be false.”
The law also says that a lawyer “may refuse to offer evidence, other than the testimony of a defendant in a criminal matter, that the lawyer reasonably believes is false.”
“A lawyer should not present testimony that he believes to be false,” Steven Lubet, a law professor at Northwestern University, told BuzzFeed News.
McCullouch and Darren Wilson supporters can try to spin why he committed an unethical act to keep Wilson from facing a jury in a real trial, but the evidence suggest that McCullouch be charged criminally.
A petition has been launched to remove or force McCullouch to resign by members of MoveOn.org.