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Criminal — Interpreter – Effectiveness of counsel

Summary by Michigan Lawyers Weekly
Where a jury found a defendant guilty of second-degree criminal sexual conduct (victim under 13 years old) and accosting a child for an immoral purpose, those convictions should be affirmed despite the defendant’s argument that his trial counsel was ineffective for failing to provide him with an interpreter. The post Criminal — Interpreter – Effectiveness of counsel first appeared on Michigan Lawyers Weekly.

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