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2009AP1684-CR State v. Huggett

Criminal ProcedureExculpatory evidence; due process; dismissalWhere the state failed to preserve exculpatory evidence – threatening voice mails from the victim to the defendant – dismissal is an appropriate remedy.“This is a rather unusual case in that, while the physical evidence was solely within the State’s possession, the concomitant electronic evidence was stored elsewhere and could ...

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