Arizona v. Youngblood, 488 U.S. 51 (1988), is a United States Supreme Court case concerning the limits of Constitutional due process in criminal law.


U.S. Supreme Court. Arizona v. Youngblood, 488 U.S. 51 (1988). Arizona v. Youngblood. No. 86-1904. Argued October 11, 1988. Decided November 29, 1988.


State v. Youngblood - 173 Ariz. 502, 844 P.2d 1152. ... The court of appeals reversed and ordered dismissal of all charges against Youngblood on the ground  ...


A case in which the Court held that a criminal defendant must show bad faith on the part of the police to prove that the loss or destruction of evidence was a ...


Trafton v. Youngblood , 69 Cal.2d 17. [L. A. No. 29552. In Bank. July 11, 1968.] ... subject to instructions to deliver it to Trafton when the property was free and clear of all mechanics' liens. ... Proc., § 438 et seq. .... and withdraw funds held in trust for his client in order to satisfy it, without the knowledge or consent of the client.