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§ 6-1802. Equipment required for accessing child pornography evidence.

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   (A) For purposes of making property or material constituting visual depiction of sexually explicit conduct involving a child “reasonably available” to a defendant as required by Neb. Rev. Stat. § 27-1301(3)(a), any specialized equipment or facilities necessary for inspection, viewing, examination, and analysis of such evidence shall be the responsibility of the introducing attorney or law enforcement. Courts shall not be required to acquire or provide specialized equipment or establish new facilities to effectuate the purpose of § 27-1301(3)(a).

   (B) If a copy of property or material constituting visual depiction of sexually explicit conduct involving a child is provided to a defense expert pursuant to § 27-1301(3)(b) by any court or agency, any defendant or his or her attorney seeking further access to such evidence in any other court shall be required to show good cause for requiring such access.

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