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Survey Of Developments In West Virginia Law: 1978
West Virginia Law Review
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Multiple Representation And Conflicts Of Interest In Criminal Cases, Peter W. Tague
Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works
Conflicts of interest resulting from multiple representation in criminal cases impose heavy burdens on all the participants in the criminal justice system. Although the Supreme Court in Holloway v. Arkansas refused to hold that joint representation is unconstitutional per se, it recently approved Proposed Rule of Criminal Procedure 44(c), which would require trial courts to protect a defendant's right to counsel in this situation. After discussing the current approaches of the courts to the problems presented by joint representation, Professor Tague analyzes the proposed rule. He criticizes the proposed rule for its failure to define the role of ...