Imagine being convicted of murder and later finding out that during the trial, your lawyer was preoccupied with his own criminal prosecution.

It happened to a Newark, N.J., man, Mylee Cottle, and he’s seeking a new trial on the ground that the lawyer’s penal proceedings — involving the same county prosecutor — made for a conflict of interest as well as ineffective assistance of counsel.

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