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Criminal Law: Indigent Defendant-Pro Se Motion-Appointment Of Counsel

  Where a defendant challenged the denial of post-conviction motion without the appointment of counsel, the motion court clearly erred in denying the defendant’s request since Rule 29.15 requires the appointment of counsel when an indigent defendant files a pro se motion. Judgment is reversed and remanded. Giles v. State (MLW No. 73083/Case No. ED106555 – 3 pages) ...