While holding there was sufficient evidence to convict Luis Delgado of second-degree burglary in a bench trial, the Second Department ordered a new trial, finding Delgado's defense attorney should have followed through on a request for a determination about how far prosecutors could go in questioning Delgado on prior burglary convictions after he testified in his own behalf.
Court Faults Counsel's Failure to Seek Limits on Cross
New York Law Journal
January 3, 2013
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