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Criminal – Habeas Corpus – Exculpatory Information – Ineffective Assistance (access required)

The 4th Circuit rejects the habeas claims of John Allen Muhammad alleging nondisclosure of exculpatory information by the prosecution, ineffective assistance of his trial counsel, improper exclusion of expert testimony during his sentencing phase, and improper time and page restrictions on his habeas petition, and affirms the district court’s denial of habeas relief to this ...

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