Yes, I understand that and that's what I said. Maybe I made my point badly, if so I apologize.<quoted text>
This is incorrect. Florida statute clearly states that the prosecutor has an "affirmative and continuing" duty to turn over any records, reports, logs etc.. concerning scientific testing as they become available. This includes preliminary findings, in it's "constructive" possession. Meaning, if they know it exists, they have the duty to acquire it for the defense.
It's written in law.
Sometimes the written word does not come across the way the brain is thinking.
Take a deep breath and relax kiddo.....
Where in my response did I state the State dosen't have to turn over Discovery?
Where did I say never?
I repeat, the Prosecution does not have to turn anything over (share would be more appropiate) where the investigation isn't completed. Once done,it does indeed go to the defense.