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Reasonable Probability Test

Reasonable Probability Test

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Standard for determining whether evidence is material under Brady; under the test, evidence is material if a reasonable probability, or a probability large enough to call the outcome into question, exists that the outcome of the case might have been different if the evidence was turned over to the defense.

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