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Prior to trial, petitioner believes, the court warned the defense attorneys something to the effect of: “This trial is not going to be about police and prosecutorial misconduct.”  The defense was on notice that their entire case plan of putting the system on trial was not to be presented to the jury.  Thus, petitioner was […]

Virginia Lawyers Weekly Bar charges prosecutor with discovery misconduct (“The Virginia State Bar has charged a prosecutor with ethical misconduct for allegedly failing to share helpful evidence with a criminal defendant’s attorney. Through her attorney, the prosecutor said she did not know about most of the evidence in question, and did not believe that other […]