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Criminal Law: Assessing effective assistance at the time of representation

A defendant has a Sixth Amendment right to effective assistance of counsel. In assessing effective assistance, a series of decisions have noted the effect of changes in the law. The decisions have found that counsel’s level of advocacy is to be measured at the time the representation occurred. For example in People v. Blake, 24 NY3d ...

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