Springfield Criminal Defense Attorney Adam Woody Discusses the Brady Rule on KOLR 10 News

KOLR 10 News in Springfield, MO has been following the rare and interesting case of Brad Jennings and the 2006 shooting of his wife, Lisa. While Brad was originally found guilty, new evidence supports his innocence. As of February 9th, 2018, Jennings was released after being in jail for almost 10 years.

The Brady Rule, established in 1963, requires the prosecution to provide the defense with any and all evidence that could possibly lead to the innocence of the criminally accused. Local Criminal Defense Attorney Adam Woody, with his experience in similar cases, touches base with KOLR 10 News to discuss the Brady Rule and the significance it holds in this particular situation.

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