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Criminal – Post-Conviction Relief – Revocation Hearing – Ineffective Assistance (access required)

An Abingdon U.S. District Court dismisses a § 2255 motion filed by a defendant who claims the attorney who represented him during his supervised release revocation hearing was mentally and professional incompetent. Defendant was convicted of 10 counts of filing false claims with the IRS. The court sentenced him to 24 months in prison and three ...

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