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Is justice only for those defendants who can pay for it?
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  • Jewish World Review
Lawyers, Not Another Commission, for the Poor
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  • National Law Journal
Amicus Brief in State of Alabama v. Anthony Ray Hinton (U.S. Supreme Court, Cert. Stage)
TCP filed an amicus brief in Hinton v. Alabama urging the U.S. Supreme court to review the case. At issue is whether defense counsel is ineffective where the sole evidence against the defendant is based on forensic science and defense counsel does not retain a competent expert to rebut the State’s experts testimony.
Amicus Brief in State of Alabama v. Anthony Ray Hinton (U.S. Supreme Court, Cert. Stage)
TCP filed an amicus brief in Hinton v. Alabama urging the U.S. Supreme court to review the case. At issue is whether defense counsel is ineffective where the sole evidence against the defendant is based on forensic science and defense counsel does not retain a competent expert to rebut the State’s experts testimony.
Budget Deal ‘Stops the Bleeding’ in Federal Defender Program, But More Funding Needed
Shutdown Averted, Courts Still Face Budget Woes
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  • The National Law Journal
Budget Cuts Test Limits Of Americans’ Right To Legal Counsel
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Legal Advocates Want Overhaul Of Public Defender System
Letter to Attorney General Holder Concerning an Indigent Defense Commission
Gideon v. Wainwright Today: A Legacy Under Threat?
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