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Appellate Advocacy G. Fred Metos October 2000 52   Failing To File the Notice of Appeal: Ethical and Constitutional Considerations Other than losing at trial, the first requirement in taking an appeal is to file a notice of appeal with the trial court. Failure to do that in a timely manner wil

By G. Fred Metos in October 2000
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Appellate Advocacy G. Fred Metos December 2000 50     Waiver of Appellate Issues and Trial Tactics The waiver of potential appellate issues may occur in several ways at the trial level. The most common form generally involves failing to raise an issue at all. In Ohler v. United States, 1 th

By G. Fred Metos in December 2000
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Appellate Advocacy G. Fred Metos May 2001 33 Appeals From Conditional Guilty Pleas Generally, a guilty plea waives the right to appeal any legal issues that do not involve the voluntariness of the plea or the propriety of the sentence. However, a conditional guilty plea allows a defendant to appe

By G. Fred Metos in May 2001
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Appellate Advocacy G. Fred Metos July 2001 43   Ineffective Assistance of Counsel Claims and the Federal Sentencing Guidelines Federal appellate courts are restricting collateral challenges to Federal Sentencing Guideline rulings. In United States v. Daniels, 1 the Supreme Court ruled that a c

By G. Fred Metos in July 2001
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Appellate Advocacy G. Fred Metos September/October 2001 33 Resolving Interstate Detainers The Interstate Agreement on Detainers (IAD) provides procedures to allow inmates and prosecutors to dispose of unresolved criminal cases in an expeditious manner. The IAD is applicable only to inmates servin

By G. Fred Metos in September/October 2001
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Appellate Advocacy G. Fred Metos December 2001 41 Addendum and Appendices To Your Brief Practitioners often regard an addendum or an appendix to a brief as a sort of necessary evil. They may treat the required addendum or appendix as the creation of some judge who simply wanted to make the life o

By G. Fred Metos in December 2001
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Appellate Advocacy G. Fred Metos March 2002 33   Uses and Limitations On Writs of Mandamus Occasionally, a trial court will make a ruling the result of which cannot be cured on appeal. If that ruling has a substantial effect on the litigation or on the operation of the courts as a whole, the ap

By G. Fred Metos in March 2002
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Appellate Advocacy James E. Neuman

By James E. Neuman in December 2007
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NACDL News: Senate Confirms Pamela Harris As Fourth Circuit Judge
On July 28, the Senate confirmed Professor Pamela Harris, a former national co-chair of NACDL’s Amicus Curiae Committee, to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.
By Ivan J. Dominguez and Isaac Kramer in July/August 2014
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Reaching Through The Prison Walls: Social Work In An Appellate Defender Office

Reaching Through The Prison Walls: Social Work In An Appellate Defender Office Melissa Rothstein

By Melissa Rothstein in April 2006
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