High court orders second review of inmate’s ineffective-assistance claim
SPRINGFIELD — An appellate court should have considered, on direct review, a claim of an inmate convicted of attempted murder of ineffective assistance of counsel, the Illinois Supreme Court has ruled.In a unanimous 14-page opinion issued Thursday, the high court also rejected the appeals panel’s three categories of review when considering ineffective assistance of counsel claims.The justices did not weigh in on …
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