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Charting New Waters: Criminal Discovery Reform in NY One Year Later

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Date Published

March 8, 2021


New York State Academy of Trial Lawyers




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Join Yung-Mi Lee and Al O'Connor from Brooklyn Defender Services for this update on discovery practice in criminal cases. This program will take stock of where we stand following the landmark 2019 discovery reform law, the spring 2020 rollbacks and the repeal of Civil Rights Law section 50-a.

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Yung-Mi Lee, Esq.

Al O'Connor, Esq.

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