Legal Question in Criminal Law in Ohio

How long can a Prosecuter withhold evidence before a case should be dismissed?

Asked on 6/20/12, 10:34 am

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Eric Willison Law Office of Eric E. Willison
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Upon a Crim. R. 16 request for discovery, if the prosecutor withholds evidence long enough that it adversely affects your ability to defend yourself, then this would be grounds for a motion for dismissal of the charges against you upon which that evidence would bear.

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