Md. high court weighs if Brady disclosure applies to guilty pleas

A defense attorney and a lawyer for the state battled last week before Maryland’s top court over whether the Constitution requires prosecutors to tell defendants about the past dishonesty of the state’s witness before a guilty plea is entered. Assistant Maryland Public Defender Michael T. Torres told the Court of Appeals that the dishonesty must be ...

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