Washington–”We will appeal” is the trial lawyer’s final offer of hope and comfort tothe convicted defendant.
The precise definition of that offer–the lawyer’s duties and the client’s rights onappeal–will soon take center stage in a cluster of U.S. Supreme Court challenges thatcould alter the appellate landscape in criminal cases.
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