Suspension To Disclose Exculpatory Evidence

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In explaining what is means to require the prosecution to disclose exculpatory evidence. Do to the due process the prosecution has a constitutional duty to reveal exculpatory evidence to the defense. According to Worrall If the prosecution obtain evidence suggesting that the defense is not guilty, it needs to inform the defense of the facts. The requirement is an ongoing duty both during and before trial. If evidence is clearly established factual innocence it should be disclosed before the trial. The prosecutions is also constitutionally bound to preserve evidence. The prosecution cannot destroy exculpatory evidence to gain conviction on a defendant. If it is done it would violate the due process. If the prosecution fail to disclose exculpatory
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