Q: Attorney Tully, is retaliation against a prosecutor common in criminal cases?

A: Nah. In the five years I was a prosecutor, I never had a Defendant who was convicted come back after me when he got out. It is extremely rare. To get a conviction for retaliation against a prosecutor, a distinct harm against the Assistant District Attorney must be proven. Just telling the prosecutor that she better watch her back at all times now that the Defendant is out is not going to be enough for a conviction under the statute. Good question. Call me for a free consult. Bernie