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  • johns624
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    Not everything is black and white; sometimes it's Gray. ...sorry, couldn't resist...

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  • slick_miester
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    Originally posted by Mountain Man View Post
    . . . . Yes, disclosure is mandatory, and refusal to do so could lead to her losing the case. . . . .
    That would be the least of it. Deliberately withholding exculpatory evidence can result in a dismissal, a dressing down from a judge, or time in stir and disbarment. I for one think disbarment should be a far more common penalty for withholding evidence. Incidence of withholding is so common that police and prosecutors must think the penalty non-existent, so perhaps they'll reconsider that view when significant numbers of their colleagues are busted out of the legal profession.

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  • Mountain Man
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    Originally posted by lynelhutz View Post
    One alternative explanation is that Baltimore already seems to be the wild west right now and perhaps she is afraid for further incitement, but it seems unlikely. Much more likely would be a report that doesn't support her public posture.

    How does she get to do this? Is there no disclosure obligation owed to the Defence?
    One thing about this woman is that she has no qualms about inciting the population whatsoever.

    Yes, disclosure is mandatory, and refusal to do so could lead to her losing the case.

    There is one possibility - if the report discloses an unrelated condition which could cause the family unnecessary distress if publicized; i.e., if he were HIV positive, for example. I doubt that to be the case, however; I suspect that the report is damaging to her case.

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  • lynelhutz
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    One alternative explanation is that Baltimore already seems to be the wild west right now and perhaps she is afraid for further incitement, but it seems unlikely. Much more likely would be a report that doesn't support her public posture.

    How does she get to do this? Is there no disclosure obligation owed to the Defence?

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  • Massena
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    More on the Gray autopsy report:

    http://video.foxnews.com/v/427655701...#sp=show-clips

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  • Massena
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    Originally posted by Mountain Man View Post
    More that embarrassing...career ending. She can be sued for wrongful arrest, slander, libel and a number of other things, including damages to the careers of the officers charged.
    The legal term is 'defamation' which covers both slander and libel. And yes she can if she if found to be hiding evidence.

    If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, quacks like a duck...

    Sincerely,
    M

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  • Mountain Man
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    More that embarrassing...career ending. She can be sued for wrongful arrest, slander, libel and a number of other things, including damages to the careers of the officers charged.

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  • Arnold J Rimmer
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    Be rather embarrassing for her if the claim of self-inflicted injury is borne out by the autopsy...

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  • Mountain Man
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    She's definitely got something to hide, or else she would have released it first to support her alleged case.

    Well...won't take long for someone to leak the report and we'll know what's in it.

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  • T. A. Gardner
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    Of course Mosby is hiding something. Her case is weak against the majority of the officers charged and she's figured that out. So, cover up, hide evidence, and hope like hell you can get a conviction somehow.

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  • Baltimore Prosecutor Wants t Block the Results of the Gray Autopsy...

    Another shocker...

    http://video.foxnews.com/v/427534548...#sp=show-clips

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