Chapter 2 - STANDARDS FOR QUALIFICATIONS OF ASSIGNED COUNSEL

  1. § 649-2-1 - Application
  2. § 649-2-2 - Minimum Experience, Training And Other Eligibility Requirements
  3. § 649-2-3 - Office, Telephone, and Electronic Mail
  4. § 649-2-4 - Experience and Proficiency
  5. § 649-2-5 - Training
  6. § 649-2-6 - Removal or Suspension from the Roster

Current through 2022-14, April 6, 2022

Summary: This chapter establishes the standards prescribing minimum experience, training and other qualifications for contract counsel and assigned counsel to be eligible to accept appointments to represent indigent people, who are eligible for a constitutionally-required attorney.

Notes

EFFECTIVE DATE:
June 25, 2010 - filing 2010-214 (Final adoption, major substantive)
AMENDED:
9/17/2015 - filing 2015-152 (Final adoption, major substantive)

STATUTORY AUTHORITY: 4 M.R.S.A. §1804(2)(B)

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