Testimony Makes Prison Garb Moot, a Federal Judge Rules

, New York Law Journal

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A defendant whose attorney failed to promptly object to his appearance before a jury pool in a prison jumpsuit undermined his own ineffective assistance claim by repeatedly referring to his criminal record on the stand, a federal judge has held in a habeas corpus case.

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