Is This Ineffective Assistance of Counsel? (Part III)

Posted: January 21, 2018 by Nazim in Uncategorized

This week’s episode is all about mistakes, as lawyers and podcasters.  Brett and Nazim center this episode around McCoy v. Louisiana, which asks whether or not an attorney who concedes guilt during a First Degree Murder trial has violated his client’s Constitutional right to an attorney.  This episode covers the standard for ineffective assistance of counsel, goes through a few examples, and even covers a short background on Louisiana law, but first and foremost, Brett and Nazim discuss probably the greatest listener comment we’ve received.  Law starts at (05:56).

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