18 USC App III

Timing of disclosure of evidence by the prosecution

October 21, 2010
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The United States Constitution requires that in all criminal cases, the prosecution must disclose to the defendant all evidence that proves guilt, as well as all evidence that proves innocence. Evidence falls into two general categories, inculpatory and exculpatory. Inculpatory evidence is generally any evidence that proves the defendant is guilty of the offense charged […]

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