Art. 2.01. DUTIES OF DISTRICT ATTORNEYS of the TEXAS CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE, CHAPTER 2. GENERAL DUTIES OF OFFICERS states:
It shall be the primary duty of all prosecuting attorneys, including any special prosecutors, not to convict, but to see that justice is done.
Note that "shall" has specific meaning defined in Sec. 311.016 of the Texas Gov't Code as
"Shall" imposes a duty."
My question is:
Are Texas D.A.'s given independence from the law (aka statutes)? Because, who knows what "justice" is?