The Judicial Underpinnings of the ABA Ten Principles

This paper discusses the judicial underpinnings of the ABA Ten Principles and shows that the Principles are the foundational standards that describe the obligations of indigent defense systems in terms no one could misunderstand, providing guideposts for assessing the reasonable performance of those systems.   

Author/Organization: David Carroll, Phyllis Mann, and Jon Mosher
Publication Date: 10/26/2011

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