Supreme Court of California
Assn. for L.A. Deputy Sheriffs v. Superior Court, 243855
A prosecutor in a criminal case has a duty to disclose to the defense information that they personally know and information that they can learn about that is favorable to the accused. This obligation to disclose even includes restricted information about law enforcement officers. A law enforcement agency may disclose to the prosecution identifying information about an office and relevant exonerating or impeaching material in a confidential personnel file.
- Published 2019/08/26
- Supreme Court of California