Prosecutor Must Disclose Summary of Expert Testimony

If a criminal defense attorney is not aware of the prosecutor’s obligations, that criminal defense attorney cannot ask the prosecutor for certain things that may help defendant.  One of those things that prosecutors generally do not like to provide is a summary of their expert’s testimony before the expert testifies.  This summary must be provided to defense counsel under Penal Code § 1054(f).  To read a short article on how this applies, please click on the following link –

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