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One of the most memorable legal advances in criminal justice reform in 2017 was the high court’s pronouncement of rules and procedures surrounding the timing of revealing evidence that may exculpate criminal defendants. By articulating specific guidelines for trial courts and the potential for sanctions against non-compliant prosecutors, New York is poised to implement sweeping procedural changes in 2018, but will the enumerated changes have true meaningful impact for criminal defendants?

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