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01-1393 State v. Franszczak

"The flaw in Franszczak's argument lies in his assumption that the evidence was exculpatory when it was in the possession of the crime lab. When the evidence was seized and submitted to the crime lab, the State did not know whether the crime lab testing would produce inculpatory, exculpatory, or inconclusive results. The State submitted ...

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