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U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C. U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C.

Robert McCoy repeatedly told his lawyer that he was innocent of the murders of the mother, stepfather and son of his estranged wife, and yet defense counsel told the jury “[T]here is no way reasonably possible that you can listen to the evidence in this case and not come to any other conclusion than Robert McCoy was the cause of these individuals’ deaths.” McCoy was convicted and sentenced to death. Now the Supreme Court must decide whether it is unconstitutional for defense counsel to concede a client’s guilt over his express objection.

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