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Law of Lawyering
Supreme Court Review

Cases tagged as: right to counsel

Burt v. Titlow

134 S. Ct. 10, 187 L. Ed. 2d 348 (2013) (PDF)

The Court held that the Sixth Circuit failed to apply the correct standard ("doubly deferential" standard) of review when it did not credit the state district court's reasonable factual findings when the Circuit assumed ineffective assistance of counsel where the record was silent.

Related tag(s): 2013 Term, attorney-client relationship, ineffective assistance of counsel, legal advice, right to counsel,

Ryan v. Gonzalez

133 S. Ct. 696 (2013) (PDF)

Alongside Tibbals v. Carter, the Court held that neither 18 U.S.C Section 3599 nor 18 U.S.C Section 4241 provides a right to suspend the prisoner's federal habeas corpus proceedings.

Related tag(s): 2012 Term, habeas corpus, right to counsel,

Salinas v. Texas

No. 12-246, 2013 BL 158572 (U.S. June 17, 2013) (PDF)

The Court held 5-4 that a prosecutor was not barred by the Fifth Amendment to mention in trial,as evidence of possible guilt, a defendant's silence and refusal to answer police questions before the defendant was placed into custody or read his Miranda Rights. The Court ruled that the defendant must expressly invoke his privilege not to incriminate himself in response to officers' questions.

Related tag(s): 2012 Term, prosecutorial misconduct, right to counsel,

Turner v. Rogers

131 S. Ct. 2507 (2011) (PDF)

The Court held that indigent, noncustodial parents subject to a child support order are not constitutionally entitled to counsel at a civil contempt proceeding, even if the parent faces jail time.

Related tag(s): 2010 Term, ABA amicus brief filed, academic amicus brief filed, decision against ABA amicus brief, decision in favor of academic amicus brief, due process clause, right to counsel,

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