Prosecutors 'Don't Get It'
Bronx District Attorney Robert Johnson's suggestion in his Aug. 1, 2012 letter to the editor, in response to Marvin Schechter's column in the state bar's Criminal Justice Section newsletter, that his office complied with its Brady obligations in People v. Waters, 571/2007, is disingenuous and simply wrong. The decision, though, is important reading for those who want to understand the Brady rule.
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