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State v. Clifford Dewayne Walker, 2008AP3180-CR, District I, 3/9/10

court of appeals decision (3-judge; not recommended for publication); Resp. BrReply Br

Exculpatory Material
Defense had access to assertedly suppressed exculpatory material, hence no Brady violation.

Effective Assistance
Counsel had valid tactical reason for cross-examination approach; failure to file discovery demand, object to certain testimony: “The defendant must affirmatively prove prejudice. … Walker has not even attempted to do so. Therefore, his claim fails.”

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