witness_standSoftware used by the Kings County District Attorney’s Office to comply with New York’s new criminal case discovery reforms falls short of the law’s requirement that prosecutors share witnesses’ “adequate contact information” with defense lawyers, a Brooklyn judge has ruled.

The decision is the latest to highlight friction in implementation since its January effective date of the criminal justice reform package passed by the New York Legislature last year.

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