In Superior Court criminal proceedings, does the court allow defense council to propound interrogatories onto the prosecutor?
3 Answers from Attorneys
No. Interrogatories are in the civil realm.
No. I agree with Mr. Dane. Discovery in a criminal case is severely limited by statute.
No but they do have to produce all evidence they have including anything that shows you did not commit the alleged crime.
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