“Attorney Larry Greenberg defended Marcus Tomlin in a second-degree assault case. Greenberg said a judge threw out his client’s case after learning a detective had withheld evidence. “There are times when police aren’t cooperative. Witnesses aren’t cooperative. There are good officers and good state’s attorneys. I’ve watched things get much worse,” Greenberg said.
In response to the Tomlin case, the State’s Attorney’s Office says, “In every case we prosecute, we rely upon the police to investigate crimes. The police then provide their investigative files to our prosecutors, who disclose to the defense what we are provided, if and when we receive it.”
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