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  • Defense claims missing evidence in seeking new trial for Avery

    Post-Crescent - 06/22/2017

    If Zellner can prove at least one “Brady violation” occurred, the judge will typically overturn the conviction and order a new trial, said Daniel Medwed, a law professor at Northeastern University in Boston.

    “It’s a rule that’s designed to even the playing field because prosecutors typically of course have all the power in having access to information,” Medwed told USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin this week.

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