Criminal Practice – Constitutional – Discovery – Victim’s Bones – Failure to Preserve – SanctionsState v. Dorman Even though the state failed to preserve most of the victim’s bones, defendant cannot show prejudice because he has not yet hired an expert to try to identify the victim from the skull bone that the state did preserve or from photographs and other depictions of the victim’s teeth and bones.
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Published: February 21, 2013
Time posted: 10:55 am
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