Purpose of a Trial
The purpose of a trial is to determine guilt or innocence, not who has the slickest lawyer. Since the 1960s, guilt or innocence has been undermined by liberal judges, who have let many guilty people go free to prey on society again due to a technicality. If the prosecution makes a mistake, it should be treated as a separate issue, not be used to let a guilty person go free.
The purpose of a trial should be to determine whether the person did the crime or not. NOTHING should interfere with this principle.