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State's 18th Supplemental Discovery

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MJW:
The State's 18th Supplemental Discovery is now posted on GZLegaCase.com.

It comprises:  Emails from defendant; two legal textbooks.

I suspect the textbooks and the college professor may be to show GZ was aware of the provisions of self-defense law, so may have tailored his interview answers in order to claim self defense.

RickyJim:
Haven't GZ's grades been made public?  If he flunked the class, this evidence might favor the defense.   :D

MJW:
For what it's worth, it looks like Criminal Justice in Action - 4th Edition was published in 2008, and Criminal Law and Procedure for Paralegal : A Systems Approach - 3rd Edition was published in 2005. Criminal Justice in Action is now in its 7th edition; Criminal Law and Procedure seems to be in its 4th edition.

MJW:

--- Quote from: woodchuck64 on June 23, 2013, 04:16:52 PM ---An `A' in Criminal Litigation but a `D' in Criminal Justice.  Which would cover self-defense defense?

--- End quote ---

I believe the deposed professor, Gordon Pleasants, didn't teach GZ's Criminal Litigation class. I have no idea if the professor who did was also listed as a state witness.

jjr495:
Could anyone help me with the indexing scheme of the discovery? Only C and K.

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