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No prejudice from delayed release of exculpatory evidence (access required)

The court denies defendant’s motion to dismiss, based on, among other things, the commonwealth’s delayed identification of experts it consulted who supported defendant’s theory of the case. Defendant has shown no prejudice from the delay as there it is still 15 months before the scheduled trial date. However, the commonwealth will be prevented from introducing expert ...