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Robbery plea vacated over speedy trial violation

Fourth Department finds ineffective assistance of counsel

An appellate court has vacated a guilty plea in a robbery and grand larceny case because the defendant received ineffective legal representation. The defendant, Ali Bloodworth, pleaded guilty in August 2015 to first-degree robbery and third-degree grand larceny before state Supreme Court Judge John J. Brunetti. Bloodworth’s appellate attorney, Linda M. Campbell, argued that Bloodworth was denied ...

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