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Since the United States Supreme Court decided Brady v. Maryland in 1963, prosecutors across the country have been required to disclose exculpatory evidence. Such evidence may help establish innocence, or indicate that a lesser crime was committed. Brady evidence is material if “there is a reasonable probability that a conviction or sentence would have been different had these materials beenRead More
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