Panel Stresses Right to Counsel in Confinement Hearings

, New York Law Journal

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A sex offender who waives his right to counsel at a civil confinement hearing must do so in a way that is "unequivocal, voluntary and intelligent," a unanimous appellate court has upheld in establishing a new standard.

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