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Commonwealth v. Ortiz

Docket #SJC-10466
Date January 7, 2010
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Criminal-- Whether a motion to suppress should have been allowed where exculpatory information was omitted from an affidavit in support of a search warrant, whether the introduction into evidence of a chemical analysis certificate showing drugs violated the defendant's right of confrontation in light of a recent decision of the United States Supreme Court.
Appealed FromMiddlesex Superior Court, Justice Thomas A. Connors
BriefsSee selection available in PDF format at Supreme Judicial Court website
Counsel for Appellant
Ortiz:  Lisa M. Kavanaugh
Counsel for Appellee
Commonwealth:  Marguerite T. Grant
Amici CuriaeLawrence Friedman

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