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Defense Lawyer Not ‘Ineffective’ in Plea Deal (access required)

A defendant whose lawyer was discussing a “global resolution” of state child molestation charges and federal child pornography charges may not claim ineffective assistance in his defense lawyer’s resolution of the state charges; the Richmond U.S. District Court says defendant’s motion to dismiss the federal child pornography indictment is procedurally improper, his Sixth Amendment right ...

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