One of the controversial issues in today's dynamic criminal law and procedure is the proper role and status of discovery. The notion of criminal discovery has had an exciting if not always successful history, and apparently the trend of the law is toward liberalization. The Eightieth Session of the Nebraska Legislature attempted to deal with this area by passing two bills, LB 702 and LB 1417. This Comment examines the current role and status of criminal discovery in Nebraska as a result of the legislation.
John R. Snowden,
Nebraska Criminal Discovery,
50 Neb. L. Rev. 85
Available at: http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/nlr/vol50/iss1/7