(In US criminal proceedings) The Prosecution must provide all evidence against the Defendant to the Defense before the trial begins in the "Discovery process".
Is the Prosecution also required to explain the evidence and describe how they intend to use it?
For example, could they provide a big listing of cell-phone records and tower pings without detailing the significance of the records? Or must they also outline to the Defense how the cell phone data demonstrates the defendant's planning and movements before the alleged crime?
What if the meaning and significance of the evidence for the Prosecution evolves due to the Defense strategy?
Can the prosecution change their interpretation of the evidence without violating discovery rules?