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Criminal Practice – Sexual Offenses – Constitutional – Ineffective Assistance Claim – Pro Se Defendant – In Camera Review – No Plain Error Analysis – Quashed Subpoena – Judges (access required)

State v. Brunson Where defendant filed multiple pro se motions, fired four different attorneys, and elected to represent himself at trial, defendant’s only true “counsel” was himself; accordingly, he cannot complain that the quality of his own defense amounted to a denial of effective assistance of counsel.

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