Articulating the nuances of defendants’ right to self-representation in a criminal trial
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What remedy is available for being subjected to violation of the double-jeopardy rule? The appellate court considers the most serious offense, and retains the conviction for the most serious offense, i.e., the offense for which the lengthiest sentence was assessed. The Fort Worth Court of Appeals affirms Wolfe’s convictions that survive the double-jeopardy analysis.
Reiter, E., & Pollack, D. (2023, August 7). Articulating the nuances of defendants' right to self-representation in a criminal trial. Texas Lawyer. https://www.law.com/texaslawyer/2023/08/07/articulating-the-nuances-of-defendants-right-to-self-representation-in-criminal-trials/?slreturn=20230708100402
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