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Price v. Warren

Man is convicted in 2004, sentenced to life for pair of Woodbine, N.J. robberies where victims were tied up, threatened. Third Circuit: New trial or set him free; his attorney rendered ineffective counsel by failing to question detectives’ handling of “the one piece of tangible evidence” tying the man to the crime (a cigarette butt purportedly found at one of the crime scenes that could actually have come from his home).


Tags: 2018, Professional Responsibility, Sixth Amendment, Third Circuit

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