When the Cheering (for Gideon ) Stops: The Defense Bar and Representation at Initial Bail Hearings, 2012 The Champion 10 (2012)

This article suggests that the absence of representation at the beginning of a State criminal...



Clinical Professors' Professional Responsibility: Preparing Law Students to Embrace Pro Bono, 18 Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law & Policy 309 (2011)

This article begins by examining the current crisis in the U.S. legal system where approximately...



Prosecution without Representation, 59 Buffalo Law Review 333 (2011)

Nearly 50 years after the Supreme Court's landmark ruling in Gideon v. Wainwright established indigent...



Professional Responsibility in Crisis, 51 Howard Law Journal 677 (2008)

Some rare, often catastrophic, events present in stark terms a need for careful reflection over...



Coming Soon to a Court Near You – Convicting the Unrepresented at the Bail Stage: an Autopsy of a State High Court’s Sua Sponte Rejection of Indigent Defendants’ Right to Counsel, 36 Seton Hall Law Review 653 (2006)

Recently, the Maryland Court of Appeals became the first state court of last resort to...