What is the relevant case law for requiring a fresh evaluation of an expert retained by the district attorney?

California, United States of America


The following excerpt is from People v. Landau, G042008 (Cal. App. 2013):

2008, the last evaluation performed by an expert retained by the district attorney was nine months old and would be a year old, and presumably stale (Albertson v. Superior Court, supra, 25 Cal.4th at p. 802), if the trial trailed for a significant period of time, as it eventually did. These facts support the trial court's decision to order the evaluation, the close of discovery notwithstanding.

E. Due Process

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