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American Conference Institute’s Advanced Summit on White Collar Litigation

The criminal defendant enjoys a constitutional right to the provision by the government of exculpatory evidence, or evidence material to the defense. Join panel participants William Sullivan, Jr. and Patricia Pileggi as they discuss "Developing Successful Strategies for Securing Exculpatory Evidence and Crafting Successful Brady Requests."

This session will examine the nature of Brady evidence, and how to obtain it, including:

  • The cases – Brady, Giglio, Agurs, Bagley, Youngblood
  • Elements of Brady evidence and/or a Brady violation
  • Brady and the Grand Jury process
  • Rule 16 – Discovery available from the Government
  • Interaction between the Jencks Act and Brady
  • The court’s inherent authority
  • DOJ criminal discovery policies and guidelines

Date & Time
1:45 pm - 2:30 pm ET

New York Marriott Downtown
85 West Street at Albany Street
New York, NY 10006

Event Contact
Lisa Christensen


William M. Sullivan, Jr.

American Conference Institute

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