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Huh? Jamie Snow’s lawyers wrangle about court ordered discovery at the BPD…seriously.

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Huh? Jamie Snow’s lawyers wrangle about court ordered discovery at the BPD…seriously.

Even though the judge ordered photos of the crime scene, it seems when it “came down to the wire” the state objected to a series of photos being scanned.

The big question is “Why?”

I get it. It’s a lawyer thing. The State Representative is there to protect the State. But I can’t help but think it goes a little deeper than that. We must wonder why they will not open the file. What do they have to hide? What are they protecting the State “from?” And if Jamie Snow is guilty, why not just open all of the discovery?

Instead, they take it to the judge because that’s what lawyers have to do.

So here we are.

The Exoneration Project necessarily filed a motion to scan the photos. McLean County filed a response that Jamie Snow does not have a right to those photos under the current order.

Why doesn’t Jamie Snow have the right to his entire file? All photos, all police reports, EVERYTHING. Why are they so defensive? Ironic, isn’t it? Read more >>