Need some advice
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Absolutely horrible idea. Since you are not the client, his attorney may discuss general things with you but not any details and certainly not the police report. It can backfire in so many ways, as i recently found out in a recent murder trial.
It’s possible but it is entirely Upto his attorney if he believes doing so may aid in his defense. The attorney is certainly not required to do so.
You are not the client, so your husband's LAWYER* isn't required to show or tell you anything.
At most, his LAWYER* might discuss general details of the case with you, but few lawyers would show a client's family the actual police reports... and doing that is very unwise in most situations.
* Who is being provided at taxpayer expense through the Public Defender's Office.
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It’s possible, but unlikely. Why do you need to see the police report?
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