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  • Middlesex DA’s office shows troubling attitude about evidence

    The Boston Globe - 10/18/2015

    Not only must exculpatory evidence be shared, it must be shared promptly.

    “Immediacy is not required, but the law demands some level of promptness,” said Daniel Medwed, professor of law at Northeastern University. “More to the point . . . we should expect and demand immediate compliance.”

    The best prosecutors would have shared that information right after the first phone call. But, prosecutors on the McCarthy case kept it to themselves: not only after that first phone call with Levin, but through several more over the course of a year. This even after defense attorneys, who learned of Levin’s work by happenstance, asked for it repeatedly.

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