Ineffective Assistance of Counsel is the definitive book on counsel's Sixth Amendment duties to the client, but it also goes into great detail explaining how external factors such as actions by judges, prosecutors, police officers and others can be the cause of the practitioner failing to render effective assistance.
The comprehensive index contains over 2,000 ways counsel can render ineffective assistance during pretrial, trial, sentencing, and on direct appeal. The index includes all the actions and inactions of counsel that fall below the requirements of the Sixth Amendment.
Finally, Ineffective Assistance of Counsel lists and gives a synopsis of every successful published IAC case in the federal court system at all three levels from 1932 forward.
Over 700 pages and written so that a non-lawyer with a 6th grade reading level can easily use the book.
No practitioner of criminal law whether it be a trial attorney, appellate attorney, post-conviction specialist, or jail-house lawyer should be without this amazing resource.
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