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mrmpa Donating Member (707 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Apr-04-11 11:51 AM
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10. The SCOTUS had an invalid argument-stating that the
new Louisian DA's should have received training about the Brady Act(?). These DA's graduated from Law School, they should have already known it was illegal to keep evidence away from the Defendant and his/her attorney.

This is like saying that the emergency room doctors (not residents or interns) but fully licensed doctors, should have been trained in the fact that antibiotics should be used to fight infections.
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