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June 29, 2017

The rest of SCOTUSblog's symposium on OT 2016 death penalty decisions

I noted in this post on Tuesday that the folks at SCOTUSblog had a new "Special Feature" in the form of a "Symposium on October Term 2016’s death-penalty decisions."  In the prior post I linked to the first four entries in this symposium, and here are now the last four:

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These are all games to generate jobs. Even Kent depends on these games for his job. Therefore everyone is dismissed. This all lawyer bullshit.

No one is answering this question. I keep asking it over and over.

Is an appellate court finding of inadequacy of counsel a per se finding of lawyer malpractice, especially if upheld to the highest level?

Posted by: David Behar | Jun 30, 2017 7:52:18 AM

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