Archive for the ‘Ineffective Assistance of Counsel’ Category

In defense of Hillary Clinton’s defense.

In 1975, Hillary Clinton defended a man accused of rape. The man passed a polygraph and ultimately he entered a plea and was sentenced to either probation or a short jail sentence or walked away scott free, depending on the reports you read. Clinton gave an interview where she talks about her role as the […]

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The Thin, Navy Blue Suit, Line

There has been some chatter in the blogger world lately about ineffective assistance of counsel. Jamison Koehler, Scott Greenfield, Gamso, Mark Bennett and Gideon have written about ineffective assistance of counsel and broken it down into its bits and pieces. I’m not one to quickly jump into the fray in these kinds of conversations. I […]

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