Thanks for that
Well, what will happen will depend largely on the evidence presented on this matter in 2 weeks when you are next in court.
If the court orders disclosure and the DA refuses, the court has the authority to halt the proceedings until (and if) the DA complies. But this is limited to situations where the DA is refusing to comply with a court order, which would be a rare occurrence.
I suspect more likely that the records do not exist...that begs the next question...where are they?
If the records were lost/destroyed through no fault of the state, the court will likely not sanction in the same way as if the records were lost/destroyed at the behest or direction of the DA or through the negligence of the DA.
Based on what you have said, it seems to me the next step (for the attorney) is to prepare for the hearing in 2 weeks. Specifically, to investigate as to what happened to the records and be prepared to present this evidence to the court. IF the records that were lost were potentially exculpatory, it may be you get a ruling in your favor to prevent admission of any of the records...that is what I would ask for at a minimum.
BotXXXXX XXXXXne; work with the attorney to determine what happened and ask the court for appropriate relief
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