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

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”

Collateral Consequences Assessment Tool

Ineffective Assistance and Plea Bargaining

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