Motion for Disclosure of Expert Witnesses – Criminal Defense

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Motion for Disclosure of Expert Witnesses – Criminal Defense

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Disclose expert witnesses to minimize risk that opinions and testimony are excluded.

Rule 16 is revised to give greater discovery to both the prosecution and the defense. Subdivision (a) deals with disclosure of evidence by the government. … The draft provides for a right of prosecution discovery independent of any prior request for discovery by the defendant.

The name “Shreck Motion” comes from a Colorado Supreme Court case, State v. … 2001), in which the Court formulated and set forth standards for determining admissibility of evidence and expert witness’ testimony that became the basis for their opinion in the case.

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