United States v. Ohle III, No. S3 08 CR 1109(JSR), 2011 WL 651849 (S.D.N.Y. Feb. 7, 2011)

Key Insight: Court rejected defendants? assertion that government had violated is Brady obligations by producing documents in a database which was ?unduly onerous to access? in light of the large volumes of documents therein where both the government and defendant had equal access to the database and were thus ?just as likely to uncover the purportedly exculpatory evidence? and where, ?as a general rule, the Government is under no duty to direct a defendant to exculpatory evidence within a larger mass of disclosed evidence.?

Nature of Case: Criminal

Electronic Data Involved: Large volumes of documents produced in a database format

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