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20 Feb 2016, 12:33 pm by Yishai Schwartz
To support this position, Ryan cites an Eighth Circuit case, United States v Barrow, in which the court required a “deficiency in appointed counsel’s representation,” rather than simple “unwillingness … to communicate with counsel,” as well as the arguably similar cases of Stenson v Lambert and Hunter v Delo. [read post]