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Firearms examiner says he didn't know he had to turn over the ballistic report saying it couldn't have been the defendants gun. In today's case, we discuss whether they had to do that, and if we can sue them for the HIDING OF EXONERATING EVIDENCE.
Horn v. Stephenson, ––– F. 4th ––––, 2021 WL 3776318, (2d Cir. 2021).
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