Chapter 102 - STANDARDS OF PRACTICE FOR ATTORNEYS WHO REPRESENT ADULTS IN CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS

  1. § 649-102-1 - SCOPE & PURPOSE
  2. § 649-102-2 - ATTORNEY QUALIFICATIONS
  3. § 649-102-3 - SCOPE OF REPRESENTATION
  4. § 649-102-4 - LAWYER-CLIENT RELATIONSHIP
  5. § 649-102-5 - INITIAL INTERVIEW
  6. § 649-102-6 - CASE REVIEW & PREPARATION
  7. § 649-102-7 - CONTROL & DIRECTION OF THE CASE
  8. § 649-102-8 - GENERAL TRIAL PREPARATION
  9. § 649-102-9 - VOIR DIRE AND JURY SELECTION
  10. § 649-102-10 - PRESENTING THE DEFENSE CASE
  11. § 649-102-11 - OBLIGATIONS OF COUNSEL IN SENTENCING
  12. § 649-102-12 - SENTENCING OPTIONS, CONSEQUENCES AND PROCEDURES

Current through 2022-14, April 6, 2022

Summary: This Chapter establishes standards of practice for Commission assigned counsel providing representation in adult criminal cases. Theses standards are intended to guide assigned counsel in the conduct of their representation and for use by the Commission in evaluating, supervising and training assigned counsel.

Notes

EFFECTIVE DATE:
February 27, 2012 - filing 2012-53

STATUTORY AUTHORITY: 4 M.R.S. §1804(2)(C), § 1804(2)(D), § 1804(2)(E), § 1804(3)(D), § 1804(4)(D)

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