The Unbelievable Case of McCoy v. Louisiana

February 12, 2018

Is it unconstitutional for defense counsel to concede the defendant’s guilt over that defendant’s express objection? In McCoy v. Louisiana, the Supreme Court has an opportunity to affirm that a competent defendant may play an important role in his own defense strategy. Jay Schweikert comments.

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