One of the fundamental rights in our criminal justice system that our courts hold most sacred is due process. This includes the right to let the jury see all evidence, subject to certain restrictions involving undue consumption of time, items that will unduly inflame emotions and relevance. What happens if the prosecution withholds evidence and a man is sentenced to prison for murder of a cop? What if the evidence does not matter? What if it is very important? What happens to the verdict? Click on the attached link to read a summary of a published decision that answered these questions.http://www.greghillassociates.com/lawyer-attorney-1850461.html.