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The Right To Counsel In Criminal Cases: Still A National Crisis?, Mary Sue Backus, Paul Marcus Nov 2018

The Right To Counsel In Criminal Cases: Still A National Crisis?, Mary Sue Backus, Paul Marcus

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In 1963, Gideon v. Wainwright dramatically changed the landscape of criminal justice with its mandate that poor criminal defendants be entitled to legal representation funded by the government. As scholars and practitioners have noted repeatedly over more than fifty years, states have generally failed to provide the equal access Gideon promised. This Article revisits the questions raised by the authors over a decade ago when they asserted that a genuine national crisis exists regarding the right to counsel in criminal cases for poor people. Sadly, despite a few isolated instances where litigation has sparked some progress, the issues remain the ...


Section 7: Civil Rights, Institute Of Bill Of Rights Law At The William & Mary Law School Sep 2018

Section 7: Civil Rights, Institute Of Bill Of Rights Law At The William & Mary Law School

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Restoring Fairness To Campus Sex Tribunals, Cynthia Ward Jul 2018

Restoring Fairness To Campus Sex Tribunals, Cynthia Ward

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