Criminal Discovery* is an invaluable handbook which focuses on criminal discovery in New York as encapsulated in New York's CPL 240. The author provides an in-depth discussion of this statute by presenting each section verbatim followed by its US Supreme Court, New York Court of Appeals and Appellate Division gloss.
Lawrence N. Gray, Esq. is the author of numerous publications on criminal law and trial. Criminal Discovery draws from the author's experience as a former special assistant attorney general and his many years of practice in the fields of criminal justice.Contents
II. Criminal Discovery's Parents and In-laws
III. Criminal Procedure Law Art. 240
A. Brady Violation Spillover
B. Rosario I
C. Rosario II
D. Re-enter Rosario I
E. Rosario Preserved for Appeal
IV. The Bill of Particulars
Appendix New York Criminal Procedure Law: Article 240 Discovery
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*Some of the contents of Criminal Discovery are also found in New York Criminal Practice, 3rdEdition, also authored by Lawrence N. Gray, Esq.