The E-Book/EPub version of Ineffective Assistance of Counsel: Overcoming the Inevitable
*This is a digital copy of this book - not a physical copy
Ineffective assistance of counsel has become a National epidemic. This travesty is at the root of the Mass-Incarceration problem that currently plagues the American people. What's truly shocking is the years lost and the pain caused because of lawyers and judges who refuse to provide their honest service. You don't have to be a victim.
Kelly Patrick Riggs has spent the last seven years in an intense study of advanced Habeas Corpus procedures and the ineffective assistance of counsel phenomenon. He has discovered that the ineffective assistance of counsel is the norm, rather than the exception, in the American criminal justice system. He has learned how to apply the relevant laws and procedures and has guided many federal prisoners in their pursuit of Post-Conviction Relief.
This book is one of the most comprehensive guides to understanding a lawyer’s obligations, to a client who is accused of a crime. It explains what you can expect from a competent lawyer in a criminal trial and how to stop the harm of counsel ineffectiveness before it becomes final. The material in this book has been endorsed and used by legal professionals Nationwide. It is now brought to the public and explained in a language that virtually anyone can understand.
This book identifies and explains the constitutional right to counsel, defines and explains what ineffective assistance of counsel is, and explains stage-by-stage what can be expected in a criminal trial. This book is a must-have for anyone who is facing, or has faced, charges in a criminal court.
The information it provides will help during the trial, in preparing for direct appeal, and in the development of claims for Post-Conviction Relief. This book is the most complete layman's guide for state and federal prisoners who seek Post-Conviction Relief in a U.S. District Court.
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