This article seeks to answer the question of whether the practice of withholding victim's funds payment runs contrary to Brady and Giglio.
This article reflects on Milke as a case study, and proposes awareness of how Brady violation can interact with risk factors and damage adversarial process.
This argicle argues Brady discovery doctrine has not exemplified the innocence effect as much as expected, proposes explanations, and strategies to mitigate.
This article evaluates the efficacy of the Brady disclosure regime in a capital cases and outlines a constitutional remedy.
This article demonstrates SCOTUS language on standard of review is dictum and argues they should reconsider the dictum.
The fiftieth anniversary of Brady v. Maryland brought attention to what scholars and jurists have been describing for years as an epidemic of Brady violations. In an effort to curb patterns of non-disclosure, stakeholders have convened working groups, courts and
Practitioners agree that criminal discovery rules have important effects both on how cases develop and on how they get resolved. However, there has been little empirical work done to measure the nature and breadth of these effects. This paper seeks
Fifty years after Brady v. Maryland, defense attorneys around the United States continue to struggle to get basic information from prosecutors. This is even more of an issue in the ninety-four to ninety-seven percent of criminal cases that are resolved
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