what is a brady?
Asked on 10/17/07, 10:37 am
1 Answer from Attorneys
Richard Cline Office of the Ohio Public Defender
Brady is the name of a United States Supreme Court decision that requires the state to provide you with any information it possesses that might help you prove that you are not guilty of the offense charged.
Answered on 10/17/07, 12:59 pm
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