U.S. Supreme Court Ruling on Bad Immigration Advice

The U.S. Supreme Court jurists are known for being “ivory tower” attorneys who often come from academia and, while very educated, may lack courtroom experience as an attorney “in the trenches.” The following ruling on a Sixth Amendment claim of ineffective assistance of counsel is refreshingly savvy on recognizing that trial, while it may seem like a slam dunk to a prosecutor, often is not and can represent a significantly better situation than a plea. To read the following summary, please click on the following link – https://www.greghillassociates.com/u-s-supreme-court-ruling-on-bad-immigration-advice.html

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