New on LLRX – Post-Conviction Representation, Pro Se Practice and Access to the Courts

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on February 18, 2013

Via LLRX.comPost-Conviction Representation, Pro Se Practice and Access to the Courts

  • “After the first criminal appeal, there is no constitutional right to counsel. Thus, the convicted and imprisoned pursuing discretionary appeals and habeas corpus relief must research, investigate and litigate as their own attorney. Law librarian, criminal defense attorney, and well-known writer and speaker Ken Strutin’s guide documents a body of law that has developed defining the spectrum between full-blown post-conviction representation and the impact of the conditions of confinement on pro se litigants.
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