Law’s Michael Benza discusses implications of Brady Lists

Her mother was murdered, her father convicted. Then, she learned what prosecutors kept secret.

WEWS: Michael Benza, a senior instructor of law, discussed so-called Brady Lists, named for a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that said prosecutors must share any evidence with the defendant that could help their case. That includes details that cast doubt on the credibility of police officers or other law enforcement personnel involved in an investigation.