Pro Bono Attorneys: Preserving the Framers While Serving the Public

by Cristina Drakeford On Mar 18, 1963, in a 9-0 majority ruling for the case Gideon V. Wainwright, the Supreme Court decided that the sixth amendment applied to state courts. This made it a requirement that defendants in criminal cases that could not afford counsel would have one appointed to them (“Gideon v. Wainwright”). Now, […]

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