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4th Circuit – Criminal Practice – Court Erred in Finding ‘Forfeiture’ of Counsel (access required)

U.S. v. Ductan (Lawyers Weekly No. 15-01-0858, 32 pp.) (Per Curiam) No. 14-4220, Sept. 2, 2015; UDC at Charlotte, N.C. (Conrad, J.) 4th Cir. Holding: A trial court violated a drug defendant’s Sixth Amendment right to counsel when it found that defendant had forfeited his right to counsel by making “nonsense statements” and required him to ...

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