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Impeachment evidence was not withheld (access required)

Appellant’s argument that his convictions should be set aside because the commonwealth did not disclose impeachment evidence relating to one of its witnesses is belied by the record. Overview Appellant was convicted of first-degree murder, conspiracy to commit first-degree murder and a firearm charge. “Appellant moved to set aside the verdicts, arguing that the Commonwealth failed to disclose ...