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October 6, 2017 | The Recorder
If passed, the In-Custody Informants Bill will require state prosecutors to provide a history of instances when police and prosecutors have made any kind of agreement with an inmate to testify.
When Charles Waldo went to trial in Contra Costa County in March facing fraud and embezzlement charges, prosecutors added a twist. Read More…
By Bruce Gerstman and Daniel Horowitz
May 26, 2017 | Law 360
When a party to litigation employs an expert witness, one should not assume that the best approach is to challenge their testimony without possessing adequate background information on them. An investigation into an expert witness’s background may turn up serious impeachment material. Read more…
By Bruce Gerstman