Monroe Freedman questions the prosecutor's press conference.
Dan Markel, at Prawfsblawg, asks questions about the charging decision.
Radley Balko, at Huffington Post, looks more broadly at the ethcis of charging decsions.
Alan Dershowitz, in a TV interview we posted about, says that the probable cause affidavit was "unethical." At National Review Online, David French and Andrew McCarthy disagreed about the quality of the probable cause affidavit. At the Atlantic, Andrew Cohen has been running some pieces that strike me as partisan and shallow, but check them out and see what you think. Empty Wheel gives the probable cause affidavit a close, critical reading.
Here's the link to the prosecutor's press conference. The prosecutor, Angela Corey, discusses who she works for, what she's ethically allowed to say about the case, the no-contact rule, what level of evidence justifies a charging decision, and other issues.
George Conk, at Otherwise, has thoughts about the prosecutor.