The investigator handling the case interviewed a total of 3 people. The suspect and 2 witnesses. In the discovery handed over to the defense. The interview from the suspect was included and the interview from one witness( the interview did not contain anything vital). The 3rd persons Interview was not included but contained information that could have quite possibly established doubt. Especially with some of the questions asked during the trial. I understand that the court would decide if it could have changed the verdict but my question is can investigators omit interviews?Thank you for all of your answers. I will look into speaking with an attorney who handles post conviction matters. The attorneys knew about this early in the trial. It was handled by the PD's office and the suspect had a different lawyer it seemed every 3 months. We would make sure to ask about it. None ever looked into it and I brought it up to the one that took it to trial and he said something about it did not matter if the investigator did not record somewhere doing the interview. It is frustrating but again. Thank you for addressing my question.