Leave Granted in Court of Appeals: People v. Jordan – Right to Present a Defense, Prosecutorial Misconduct, & Admissibility of DNA Evidence

People v. Jordan

Whether Ms. Jordan was deprived of her right to present a defense when the trial court precluded evidence that she identified the actual perpetrator and certified police documents that corroborated her account.

Whether the prosecutor deprived Ms. Jordan of a fair trial due to summation misconduct.

Whether Ms. Jordan was denied her right to confrontation when the DNA evidence was admitted through a witness who did not perform, witness, or supervise the DNA testing process and who did not independently analyze the raw data.

Brandon Kronstat represents Ms. Jordan