OPINION

The Brady problem: Time to face reality

Nothing less than changes in the discovery rules in criminal cases will ensure that exculpatory evidence is consistently produced to defendants.

, The National Law Journal

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Nothing less than changes in the discovery rules in criminal cases will ensure that exculpatory evidence is consistently produced to defendants.

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  • law student

    Wonderful article articulating some very basic and urgently necessary reforms to criminal justice.

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