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I reiterate- you're doing the Lord's work here. It's a big help when colleagues recognize this type of malfeasance. Kudos to them for not "circling the wagons" for a fellow professional as we so often see. Apparently, withholding exculpatory evidence is just routine practice all over the country. Personal Story- I have a cousin who robbed a string of banks. When he got caught he had to really go to bat for a man they already had in jail for a bank HE robbed. The prosecutors in that case were raging mad at him for "letting the cat out of the bag" and threatened to revoke his plea deal etc. He and his FBI handler stood his ground and got the guy out of prison. Obvious exculpatory evidence was withheld in that case.

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