Supreme Court rules in ineffective counsel case The Supreme Court ruled Monday that a federal court can't consider new evidence to support arguments in ineffective counsel cases. The evidence must be introduced at the state level.

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Supreme Court rules in ineffective counsel case

Supreme Court rules in ineffective counsel case

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The Supreme Court ruled Monday that a federal court can't consider new evidence to support arguments in ineffective counsel cases. The evidence must be introduced at the state level.