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Get It Right The First Time- Successful Appeals for Bad Lawyering are Rare

The Supreme Court’s first decision of its new term highlighted the rarity of winning an appeal based on ineffective assistance of counsel. In Maryland v. Kulbicki the Supreme Court overturned Maryland’s highest court in upholding the conviction of a man convicted almost exclusively on faulty scientific evidence. James Kulbicki was found guilty of killing his […]