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Under a developing rule, a prosecutor has no obligation to turn over exculpatory evidence when the defendant “knew or should have known” about the “essential facts” of the material. Really interesting critique from Thea Johnson, fellow at Stanford Law School. https://casetext.com/posts/what-you-should-have-known-can-hurt-you-knowledge-access-and-brady-in-the-balance