Criminal Discovery

Civil and criminal discovery refers to the process of receiving knowledge of the evidence for or against a defendant. In civil discovery, both sides can request relevant evidence or calculated to lead to the discovery of relevant evidence. Criminal discovery is different because defendants do not have an automatic right to discovery. State agencies are not required to obtain evidence the defense would like to have. Learn more about criminal discovery by using our free legal help tool below.

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UPDATED: Jul 15, 2021

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