An article published online March 18 and updated March 19 about a recent motion by a public defender to get the Alameda DA’s office off a murder case misstated the actions of an Alameda County prosecutor, Amanda Chavez, that led to the 2020 reversal of a murder conviction in a child rape case.  The Court of Appeal held that the prosecution suppressed evidence by failing to disclose to defense lawyers the significance of information in a confidential police report and Child Protective Services reports but was not obligated to disclose the reports themselves.  The attorney was not cited for misconduct by the court as originally reported.