Case Detail
CitationPeople v. Sinha, 976 N.E.2d 223 (2012)
CrimeSex crimes
StateNY
Pros. First NameUKN
Pros. Last NameUKN
FederalNo
Trial Year2009
BodySupreme court
OpinionThe New York Court of Appeals affirmed the lower court's holding that a Brady violation occurring when the prosecutor failed to disclose several e-mails relating to bribing a witness charge did not require reversal of the remaining counts. "The [lower] Court found that the prosecution 'failed to fulfill basic disclosure obligations that are essential to a fair trial,' but also found that failure did not affect the remaining counts of defendant's conviction [citation omitted]. . . .[U]nder the circumstances of this case, reversal was not required on the remaining counts as there is no reasonable possibility that the evidence supporting the alleged tainted count had a spillover effect on the other convictions."
Determination Year2012
Misconduct TypeP
C/S EffectPartial reversal of conviction
Pros. Misc. ReportedUKN
SanctionsUKN
Sanction TypeUKN
Web linkhttp://www.leagle.com/decision/In%20NYCO%2020120627428.xml/PEOPLE%20v.%20SINHA