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Criminal Law: Post-Conviction Relief-Effectiveness of Counsel-Alternate Perpetrator Evidence

Where defendant challenged the effectiveness of counsel, arguing that his attorney failed to make an offer of proof regarding the victim’s alleged gang membership and drug dealing, the motion court did not err in denying post-conviction relief because the evidence was insufficient to be admissible as alternate-perpetrator evidence, and the defendant also failed to show ...
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