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Failure to Suppress Confession Was Ineffective Assistance (access required)

The 4th Circuit upholds a writ of habeas corpus for Derek Tice, one of the “Norfolk Four” convicted of the rape and murder of Michelle Bosko, and says the Supreme Court of Virginia misapplied the Strickland standard for ineffective assistance of counsel, in considering the failure of Tice’s trial lawyers to suppress his confession. Appellant Derek ...

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