appointed counsel

appointed counsel

noun appointed attorney, appointed co-counsel, appointed counsel, appointed counsel representing a party, appointed legal adversary, appointed legal counsel, appointed legal opponent, appointed legal representative, appointed litigating attorney, appointed littgating counsel, appointed litigation attorney, appointed litigation counsel, appointed litigator
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The program provides for compensation to appointed counsel for: Non-capital criminal proceedings Non-capital criminal post-conviction proceedings Capital criminal proceedings Capital post-conviction proceedings Parental rights termination proceedings Dependency and neglect proceedings Delinquency proceedings Parole revocation proceedings Judicial proceedings guided by the mental health law Contempt of child support order enforcement proceedings The Indigent Representation Program also provides for the reimbursement of appointed counsel expenses incurred while representing indigent parties and to compensate experts, investigators and other support services for indigent parties.
He should be appointed counsel and given funds for a mental health evaluation to help develop his claim that he doesn't have the competency to be executed, she said.
205) Turner involved a due process challenge to a state's refusal to provide appointed counsel in a civil contempt proceeding that could result in the plaintiffs imprisonment.
66) The dissent also considered the right to a jury trial and how Scott's actual imprisonment standard created the possible outcome that, as resulted in the case at bar, a defendant can be denied the right to appointed counsel where the defendant has a right to a jury trial.
Mujib Pirzada requested the court he has been appointed counsel in this case and he has to make preparations in this respect therefore, the hearing of the case be conducted after summer vacation.
shorthand for the idea that the right to appointed counsel for indigent
Allison Lurton has been appointed counsel at Covington & Burling.
LONDON, May 3, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Today Amsterdam & Peroff announce that they have been appointed counsel to the former Prime Minister of Thailand Thaksin Shinawatra, to assist in the current contentious struggle for the restoration of democracy and rule of law in the Southeast Asian nation.
4) Indeed, anecdotes of inept appointed counsel abound: counsel have been caught drunk in court, asleep in court, and at times offer no defense during the punishment phase of a capital trial.
He appointed counsel and received the fixed court date of Sunday, 2 November.
Further, in the defender's view, video appearances will contribute to an already pervasive problem: defendants' lack of trust in court appointed counsel.
But last month the Bridgend-raised barrister was appointed Counsel General when Labour and Plaid Cymru sealed the coalition deal and his portfolio was divided between the parties.