A criminal defendant, once charged, has a right to see the evidence against him aw well as any exculpatory evidence. The process of discovery is one of the most crucial. It is the process that allows the defense, the opportunity to view all of the evidence that will be used against you by the prosecution. Of course, knowing what you are up against is critical to building a defense strategy.
Discovery not only gives us the opportunity to view the evidence, it gives an opportunity to test the validity of the evidence. You can also utilize the services of a private investigator to gather information. If you discover that evidence was illegally obtained, you can file a motion to suppress that evidence.
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