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Defendant Wins In Camera Review in ‘Atypical’ Brady Case (access required)

In this drug and gun case, the 4th Circuit vacates one of defendant’s firearms conviction because he has made a “plausible showing” that requires the district court to conduct an in camera review, for a possible Brady nondisclosure violation, of the grand jury testimony of defendant’s roommate in Wilmington who told police the drugs and ...

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