Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes of website accessibility
Home / Opinion Digests / Criminal Law / No prejudice from withheld evidence (access required)

No prejudice from withheld evidence (access required)

Even though the prosecution did not disclose exculpatory evidence to appellant before trial and did not take action to identify exculpatory evidence, appellant was not prejudiced by the failure to disclose. As a result, his conviction of aggravated malicious wounding cannot be reversed on the basis of a Brady violation. Prior records Rives, Coleman and appellant Tucker, were ...