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Lampf v. Gilbertson

U.S.
Sep 13, 1991
501 U.S. 1277 (1991)

Summary

adopting rational and fair approach to alternative means analysis

Summary of this case from State v. Jones

Opinion

No. 90-333.

September 13, 1991.


ante, p. 350;


Summaries of

Lampf v. Gilbertson

U.S.
Sep 13, 1991
501 U.S. 1277 (1991)

adopting rational and fair approach to alternative means analysis

Summary of this case from State v. Jones

granting certiorari on the limited issue of the admissibility of victim impact evidence

Summary of this case from Payne v. State

In Coleman v. Thompson, 501 U.S. 1277 (1991), the Court reasoned that in the absence of any constitutional right to counsel at post-conviction proceedings, there could also be no constitutional right to effective counsel at such proceedings.

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Case details for

Lampf v. Gilbertson

Case Details

Full title:LAMPF, PLEVA, LIPKIND, PRUPIS PETIGROW I v. GILBERTSON ET AL

Court:U.S.

Date published: Sep 13, 1991

Citations

501 U.S. 1277 (1991)

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