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Are there constitutional (and ethical) issues raised by allowing the family of murder victims to hire lawyers to assist prosecutors as "associate attorneys" in capital prosecution?

The question in the title of this post is prompted by this very interesting local article from Kansas headlined "Despite doubts, judge allows private prosecutors in case of two slain deputies."  Here is the story, with one particular line emphasized: Over the objections of defense lawyers, and despite his own misgivings, a Wyandotte County judge said Wednesday he must allow private attorneys to assist in the prosecution of a man charged with killing two sheriff’s deputies. Antoine Fielder, 30, ...
Tags: Law, Kansas, Baths, Kansas Supreme Court, DuPree, Wyandotte County, Douglas A Berman, Rohrer, Mark Dupree, Theresa King, Patrick Rohrer, Antoine Fielder, Tom Bath, Tricia Bath Because Fielder, Kansas Death Penalty Defense Unit, Jeff Dazey