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"Oregon public defense system halts payments to prosecutors for discovery materials," by Conrad Wilson, Oregon Public Broadcasting, January 03, 2022
"Brooklyn Judge Curbs Defendants’ Rights To Challenge DAs On Evidence Sharing," by George Joseph, Gothamist, November 30, 2021
"Digital Data Dumps and the ‘Brady’ Rule," by Peter A. Crusco, New York Law Journal, October 25, 2021
"Man jailed for 9 years in murder case settles for $3M from NYC after his lawyers say Queens prosecutor withheld evidence," by Graham Rayman, New York Daily News, September 26, 2021
"Judge cuts sentence after defense lawyer claims 'shady shenanigans' by federal prosecutor," by Debra Cassens Weiss, ABA Journal, May 26, 2021
"Dallas prosecutor disbarred for withholding evidence that could have cleared men of murder charges," by Derek Hawkins, Washington Post, May 15, 2021
"Prosecutors Wrongfully Convicted Three Men Who Spent 24 Years Behind Bars. Will They Be Disbarred?," by George Joseph, Gothamist, May 06, 2021
"Discovery Proposals Give Conn. Defendants Plea Options," by Sameer Rao, Law360, March 22, 2021
"They Spent 24 Years Behind Bars. Then the Case Fell Apart.," by Troy Closson, New York Times, March 05, 2021
"Court issues opinion detailing SDNY prosecutorial misconduct," by Sarah Baumgartel, Federal Defenders of New York Blog, February 25, 2021
"Analysis: Still in Its Infancy, the Due Process Protections Act Begins To Show Promise," by Marc L. Greenwald and James Meehan, New York Law Journal, February 02, 2021
"Suspension Was Insufficient Penalty for Ex-Prosecutor With History of 'Brady' Violations, Advocates Argue," by Jane Wester, New York Law Journal, January 26, 2021
"Former Suffolk County prosecutor slapped with two-year law license suspension for withholding key evidence," by Graham Rayman, New York Daily News, January 01, 2021
"What Good Will the “Due Process Protections Act” Do?," by Edward J. Loya, Jr., The National Law Review, December 17, 2020
"These Cops Lied in Court. But Since the D.A. Isn't Keeping a Brady List, They Could Testify Again," by Elizabeth Weill-Greenberg, The Appeal, December 18, 2020