Prosecutorial Disclosure of Exculpatory Information in the Guilty Plea Context: Current Law
In our last column we explained how disclosure of exculpatory information mandated by Brady v. Maryland reduces the risk of wrongful conviction through guilty pleas just as it reduces such risk at trial. In this column we address the troubled state of current law on whether prosecutors must disclose exculpatory information in the guilty plea context
Place of Original Publication
22 (3) Criminal Justice 50 (2007)
Joy, Peter A. and McMunigal, Kevin C., "Prosecutorial Disclosure of Exculpatory Information in the Guilty Plea Context: Current Law" (2007). Faculty Publications. 836.
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