All experienced criminal defense attorneys have actual experience with Brady issues. Sadly, Brady issues are often present in all kinds of criminal cases, both misdemeanor and felony. There is nothing highly technical or fact-specific about Brady issues, and an attorney who understands the facts and charges in your case and is widely experienced in defending in criminal trials is likely to be sufficiently skilled and experienced to serve you well.
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Keep an eye on your six month deadline to file a government tort claim to preserve your rights under state law. That's six months from the date of the arrest. Federal claims have a two year statute of limitations. So if you're beyond the six months, all is not lost. These are tricky cases. That's why it's hard to find a skillful lawyer in the civil rights area. I'd be happy to discuss the issues with you. 877-595-5480. Best of luck
If you've paid $9000 in attorney fees already, I strongly suggest addressing all of these concerns with your current attorney. Many of the things you are seeking (documents, videotapes, etc) are subject to subpoena. Good luck.
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