Commonwealth v. Bagnall

In Commonwealth v. Bagnall, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court vacated the defendant’s murder conviction, ruling that his due process rights were violated when the prosecution failed to disclose a cooperation agreement between the DA’s Office, which, due to a conflict of interest recused itself, and a key witness.  The Court imputed the Office of Attorney General, which prosecuted the case, with knowledge of the agreement between the DA’s Office and the key witness.

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