Criminal Discovery in a CDV Case

When someone is charged with CDV the police and the prosecution collect evidence and other materials in their files related to the case. This can include important items such as:

  • Police Reports
  • Victim Impact Statements
  • 911 Call Audio
  • Police Video or Audio Footage
  • Witness Statements
  • Investigative Notes
  • Jail Booking Records
  • Photographs

These items may be critical to properly evaluating and preparing for a CDV trial. With their lawyer's assistance a CDV defendant can gain access to these items in advance of their Court appearance.

As a criminal defense attorney one of the first things I always do on behalf of a client is file the appropriate motions with the Court to obtain the discovery materials. Once they are received I schedule a meeting with my client to review them together and continue in evaluating the case.

Categories: CDV Court
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