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Criminal Law: Effectiveness of Counsel-Life Imprisonment-Intellectual Disability

Where a defendant, who pleaded guilty to charges including one count of first-degree murder, moved for post-conviction relief arguing that his counsel was ineffective and thus his plea was not knowing or voluntary, the judgment is affirmed because the defendant did not show that he was coerced into accepting the state’s plea agreement because counsel ...
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