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Beyond “Life and Liberty”: The Evolving Right to Counsel Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review (2013)
The majority of Americans, if they have contact with the criminal justice system at all, will experience it through misdemeanor courtrooms. More than ever before, the criminal justice system is used to sort, justify, and ...
Candor, Zeal, and the Substitution of Judgment: Ethics and the Mentally Ill Criminal Defendant American University Law Review (2008)
This Article explores the tension between autonomy and paternalism that characterizes the attorney-client relationship when a criminal defense attorney represents a mentally impaired client. Specifically, the Article analyzes the ethical frameworks that constrain the discretion ...