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Failure to ID informant costs state a conviction (access required)

A conviction for heroin possession has been overturned by the Virginia Court of Appeals because the police did not disclose the identity of the confidential informant who tipped off police. The appellate court applied an exception to the general rule of nondisclosure because the informant's identity was crucial to the defendant's claim of entrapment. The case is ...

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