Duty to Maintain Innocence under McCoy v. Louisiana?

When a client tells expressly his attorney that he wants to maintain his innocence at trial, an attorney has a “duty not to steer a ship the other way.” The attorney cannot concede guilt at any point. For a recent appellate decision that interpreted this duty and violation of this sarcrosant duty, please click on this link – https://www.greghillassociates.com/duty-to-maintain-innocence-under-mccoy-v-louisiana.html

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