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Criminal Practice – Brady violations might have resulted in different outcome (access required)

Where evidence disclosed since a conviction for rape and burglary 44 years ago suggests the police suppressed material evidence in violation of the defendant’s rights under Brady v. Maryland, 373 U.S. 83 (1963), the district court was directed to consider whether a reasonable factfinder would have found defendant guilty but for the constitutional errors. Background For 44 ...

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