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Superior Court Amends Rule of Criminal Procedure 16

July 13, 2023

On July 12 the Superior Court of the District of Columbia issued Promulgation Order 23-05 amending Rule of Criminal Procedure 16. Subsections (a)(1)(G) and (b)(1)(C) of the rule have been amended to incorporate the 2022 amendments to Federal Rule of Criminal Procedure 16 regarding the parties’ obligations to disclose information about expert testimony. The amendments take effect on September 29.

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