While many federal courts have already issued their own rules governing Brady procedures, not all courts have done so. Thus, not all defendants enjoy equal protection of their constitutional right to access exculpatory evidence. By ordering courts to issue their own rules on Brady order parameters, this bill would help protect defendants' rights.
Prosecutors are perfectly aware of their evidence disclosure obligations under Brady, so there’s no need to remind them of this requirement. If the goal is truly to enforce prosecutors’ disclosure of exculpatory evidence to the defense, then punishment is needed for Brady violations when they’re committed.