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US -v- Valentine

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  • jm367
    * When a conviction is obtained by willfully and knowingly withholding information contained in government files, well established principles of law and
    Message 1 of 1 , Aug 6, 2005
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      When a conviction is obtained by willfully and knowingly withholding information contained in government files, well established principles of law and judicial policy are violated. See Code of Professional Responsibility Policy #DR7-102.A4 and US -v- Valentine 820 F2d., 565 [Second Circuit 1987] criminal law note #1171.1(i) stating:

      "Criminal conviction must be reversed for prosecutorial misconduct, where prosecutor's tactics have caused substantial prejudice to defendant and served to deprive him of a fair trial....."

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