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Criminal Law: Allocution-Effectiveness of Counsel

Where a defendant argued that the trial court erred in failing to grant him allocution before pronouncing sentence, allocution is the questioning of the defendant about any legal cause as to why judgment should not be pronounced, and neither exception to this requirement applied, so the court erred and the sentences are vacated, and the ...
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