Experts and Counsel in Post-Conviction Review (s7c)
This segment examines the right of a poor person to the assistance of experts, such as mental health experts; the Supreme Court’s holding that there is no right to counsel in post-conviction review, even in capital cases; and the quality of representation received by many of those facing death in post-conviction review.
Tagged under: Yale,Capital Punishment,Stephen Bright,Death Penalty,Race,Poverty,Disadvantage,racial disparities,injustice,post-conviction review
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