A discussion of the evolving nature of the scope and timing of the government’s obligation to produce potentially exculpatory evidence under Brady v. Maryland. This article seeks to define the contours of the government's obligation to provide the defense meaningful access to such evidence in cases involving massive amounts of discovery.
Republished with permission. The full article "Is “it’s in there somewhere” enough? Defining the Scope of the Government’s Brady Obligations in High-Volume Discovery Prosecutions" was originally published by the White Collar Crime Reporter, now owned by Westlaw, in December 2009 (login required).