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Informant details need not be disclosed, AG says (access required)

Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli says prosecutors ordinarily need not reveal personal details about confidential informants as part of criminal discovery. The official attorney general’s opinion dated Dec. 13 came in response to an inquiry from Gloucester County Commonwealth’s Attorney Holly B. Smith. The law requires disclosure of the name of a confidential informant if the informant was ...

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