But currently they are not nor will they be in the foreseeable future so we are left with a very flawed system, wouldn't you agree?This is something that could be fixed. A prosecutor who can be convicted of knowingly presenting false evidence or hiding exculpatory evidence should face the same sentencing range as did the defendant. Same with a defense attorney who knowingly presents a defense he knows isn't true. Gross negligence should equal mandatory disbarment. Wrongly acquitting and wrongly convicting are both serious abrogations of the public trust.
Trials should be a search for the truth, not simply an adversarial contest between two attorneys.
PS: I'm not sure what your definition of "wrongfully acquitting" but in my head it's "not proven beyond a reasonable doubt".