Law requires disclosure

Court records show that, within a month, the State Attorney’s Office asked Davidovich Law Firm, LLC Sedorf to drive Golden to Daytona Beach.

During the drive, Golden told Sedorf that he had made up the abuse allegations.

The records show that Sedorf told Pascale about the conversation, but she never told Devlin’s attorney. The law requires such disclosure if the evidence might exonerate someone accused of a crime.

Pascale said during a November hearing before Judge Briese that she did not remember whether Sedorf told her what Golden had said. She also said she could not recall other key facts about the case.

“Pascale’s total inability to recall any events of the trial causes this court concern,” the judge wrote.

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