In general, any information, including police reports, witness statements, or crime scene evidence, that may cast doubt that you are guilty is considered exculpatory evidence. If the prosecution does not provide you with this information, it is possible that your conviction could eventually be overturned.
How Will My Phoenix Criminal Lawyer Obtain Exculpatory Evidence?
When you hire a Tempe criminal defense lawyer, he or she will attempt to find any exculpatory evidence through any avenues available. This will generally include formally requesting this information from the outset, interviewing any witnesses in your case, speaking with law enforcement, and speaking with other attorneys.
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