How does the defendant handle evidence handed over late in a criminal trial?

Jay Leiderman
By: Jay Leiderman
May 06 2016

THE DEFENSE MOVES FOR AN ORDER TO EXCLUDE ANY EVIDENCE THAT HAS NOT YET BEEN PROVIDED, IF ANY EXISTS

This request includes any documentary evidence such as certified documents, digital or any such photographs, audio recordings or other such materials or logs, charts, results of tests, physical or chemical evidence, and other such materials that were not turned over to the defense in this matter (in violation of California Penal Code section 1054 et seq.).  This request includes but is not limited to any witnesses not in the police report and not disclosed to the defense.  It also includes any expert testimony for which the defense has not received both the name of the testifying expert witness and his or her Curriculum Vitae.

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Certified criminal law specialist Jay Leiderman is always studying the law for new and creative ways to giver his clients the best possible defense they could have.

This post does not create an attorney-client relationship and does not constitute legal advice.  Moreover, the law changes over time.  Always consult an attorney before determining what motion s to file and what the current law is as to any particular topic.

Criminal defense attorney and author Jay Leiderman, a California State Bar Certified Criminal Law Specialist can be contacted through the contact page of this website: https://www.jayleiderman.com/contact/

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