Ineffective Assistance of Counsel (IAC) But No Prejudice?

The following case summary is a good example where there indeed was ineffective assistance of counsel (IAC), but the court found the totality of the evidence otherwise was so great that one could not find but for the IAC, the result would have been different. This is the second element of the Strickland v. Washington test. To read more about this interesting, yet sad case, please click on the following link – https://www.greghillassociates.com/ineffective-assistance-of-counsel-iac-but-no-prejudice.html

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