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No cyber-lawyer can offer you an informed and responsible opinion on your case.
4th Amendment analysis (and procedural matters such as those which you are asking about) are case specific and require a full and complete analysis of all of the facts and circumstances.
You have a lawyer and you need to address your case specific questions to your lawyer.
Discovery violations are decided by the Judge and if any sanction is to be imposed then it is the Judge who will determine what is appropriate under the circumstances. Dismissal is almost never heard of.
Again, I strongly encourage you to ask YOUR (caps intentional) lawyer, and only your lawyer, these questions.
Anything less is a) irresponsible (your criminal case is sacrosanct and should not be discussed publicly), b) not likely to result in a competent or accurate answer (no one except your lawyer is intimate enough with the facts and circumstances of you and your case to offer up competent and responsible advise) and is also c) an affront to the attorney-client relationship.
I am 100% certain that if I were your lawyer then I would be none too happy about you asking questions about your case of other lawyers, especially on the internet.
Not withstanding my advise (i.e. that you please get offline and into your lawyer’s office), still, I hope that I have been helpful in answering your question.
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