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No “hybrid” representation for signing pleadings (access required)

Where an assignment of error was preserved only by a post-trial motion signed by the party – and not his counsel – the motion was a nullity, and the error was not preserved, the court of appeals held. Appellant Daniel Ernest McGinnis was tried and convicted on three counts of larceny. At trial, McGinnis was represented ...