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Discovery Violation Didn't Warrant Mistrial

Wednesday, June 12, 2019 | 393 | 0 | 83 min read

The Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals last week reinstated the indictment against an accused corporate thief, finding the state’s failure to produce exculpatory material during discovery did not warrant a mistrial. The case, State v. Partin, stemmed from an employment relationship gone sour. Darrell Partin had worked for Tennessee Master Restoration, a limited liability company, for approximately one year. According to TMR, he left because the company refused to hire his wife. Partin claimed he left after discovering that TMR had included false statements on its application for...

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