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Criminal Law: Post-Conviction Relief – Effectiveness Of Counsel – Objection

Where a criminal defendant argued that his counsel was ineffective for failing to object to an instruction because of an alleged variance between the state's information and the verdict director, the objection lacked merit, so the court properly denied the defendant's Rule 29.15 motion. Judgment is affirmed. Spells v. State (MLW No. 58671/Case No. WD69293 - 13 ...
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