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Brady v. Maryland, Attorney Discipline, and Materiality: Failed Investigations, Long-Chain Evidence, and Beyond

In Brady v. Maryland, the Supreme Court set the basic outlines of what has become known as the “Brady doctrine.” The government, according to this principle, has a general duty to disclose information in its possession that is favorable to … Continue reading

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The Case For Selective Abolition Of The Rules Of Evidence

Americans have created the most expensive litigation system in the world. We are incapable of trying medium-sized lawsuits at lesser costs than the amounts in controversy. Our system lengthens large lawsuits so that potential jurors who have businesses or professions … Continue reading

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