Thursday, March 29, 2012

Censure Proposed For Brady Violation By AUSA

A District of Columbia Hearing Committee has proposed a public censure of a former Assistant United States Attorney for failing to disclose that a witness who made an in-court identification of the defendant had earlier stated that he could not identify the perpetrator.

The hearing committee found a Rule 3.8(e) violation.

The opinion can be accessed at this link by inserting the name Andrew J. Kline. (Mike Frisch)

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