What Is a Brady Violation? What Could Happen in the Case if there is One?

In civil cases, there is a cat and mouse game of one party trying to get evidence from the other and the other party objecting to answers or producing documents by using objections such a “vague and ambiguous,” “call for the production of documents protected by the attorney work product privilege” or even “relevance.”  In criminal cases, in contrast, the prosecution must produce all documents it has to support the conviction sought.  When this duty is violated, there is a Brady violation.  What then happens?  To find out, click on the following link.


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