I didn't get to post in reply to Jim-bo's post - but he is correct. I was overly restrictive in my post that said that discovery is so you can see all of the information against you. It is actually for you to be able to see all of the evidence held, whether helpful, harmful or benign to your case.
Originally Posted by wheelie
However, the information you requested in your discovery has now been provided. Does that information change your defense plans? Or, was the request for discovery merely a way for you to try to "trip-up" the case against you? If you truly need more time based on the evidence provided to you, then ask for a continuance. If not, then you're out of steam.
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