Tag Archives: ineffective assistance of counsel

Defense Counsel Can’t Present an Insanity Defense without the Defendant’s Consent

Counsel’s Unconsented-to Admission to Elements Isn’t a Harbison Error

Fourth Circuit: New Trial Required When Defense Lawyer Sleeps Through “Substantial Portion” of a Trial

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Counsel’s Unconsented-To Admission is Reversible Error, Except When It’s Not

U.S. Supreme Court Ruling: Padilla Is Not Retroactive

Pro Se Defendants and Ineffective Assistance of “Counsel”

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Collateral Consequences Assessment Tool

Ineffective Assistance and Plea Bargaining

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N.C. Court of Appeals Rules that Padilla Is Not Retroactive

Proposed Ethics Opinion: Defense Lawyers May Assist the State in Responding to Claims of Ineffective Assistance