Commonwealth v. Adlaon
In Commonwealth v. Adlaon, 4 NMI 171, 175 (1994), the government appealed the trial court's dismissal of the case on due process grounds. Id. at 172.
The government argued that its alleged discovery violation, producing discovery on the day of trial, did not warrant dismissal. Id. at 174.
The Court held the trial court erred because it dismissed the case without considering the application of Brady to discovery produced on the day of trial. Id. at 175.