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Habeas Amendments Allowed in Death Penalty Case (access required)

In this death penalty case for capital murder of a police officer, a Richmond U.S. District Court denies the habeas petitioner’s motion to amend four existing claims to allege ineffective assistance of his post-conviction review counsel, but will allow amendments to add four new claims relating to a motion for appointment of a forensic psychologist, ...

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