Nifong & Random House's Lawyers
This is not a lot different than what happened to me at the hands of the Random House lawyers.
Yes, that was a criminal case and this was a civil one. However, Random House assumed the role of prosecutor when they started the whole legal mess by suing me.
And throughout, (as pointed out by numerous, very specific examples drawn from legal filings) they misrepresented the facts, filed misleading briefs and in the process concealed information from the judge.
Should those lawyers not be subjected to the same standard of justice as Nifong?