How the ‘New Normal’ Convicts the Innocent

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James Doyle

Terence Miller is a New Jersey man convicted of a drug offense in 2011, and sentenced to five years in prison. In 2013, he appealed his conviction on the grounds that the trial court judge violated his rights by refusing to delay his trial until he received the assistance of adequately prepared counsel.

His appeal was denied by the New Jersey Supreme Court in Want to read more? Please subscribe to The Crime Report!