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When The Judge Says "Meh"

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At A Public Defender, Gideon writes yet again about the magically revealing evidence that somehow managed to fall between the cracks of Dejuan Hammond's life when it was supposed to be disclosed.  The prosecution explains that they are disclosing it now, too late, out of an "abundance of caution."  Hammond's lawyer, Ted Shouse, is "furious" that evidence to which he was entitled five years ago is only surfacing now.

Gid does an excellent job of eviscerating the sham of the prosecution's "oopsy" claims.  The prosecution is required by law to disclose, and to exercise due diligence to be certain that it has managed its file with sufficient competence to satisfy its duty. ....

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Comment by Ed Price
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Do what Karl Lentz says, and it won't matter about evidence. It won't go to trial even when it does. Study Karl and see what I mean.