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Extra Computers Disclosed in Child Porn Case (access required)

A defendant is not entitled to a new trial on charges of receipt and possession of child pornography based on his contentions that the government violated Brady v. Maryland by failing to timely disclose exculpatory evidence purportedly located on computers belonging to defendant’s father; the Alexandria U.S. District Court also rejects defendant’s claim that the ...

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