Henry Houghton
Convicted of a crime that never happened!!!
Advocates 4 Wrongfully Convictied
Ineffective Assistance of Counsel
More often than not a person is wrongfully convicted because of ineffective assistance of counsel.This can be attributed to:

In Hank's case, in addition to the many discrepancies with the victim's testimony and sloppy police work, there were also numerous mistakes made by trial counsel, Murry Shulman that contributed significantly to Hank's conviction:


If attorney Shulman had been better prepared, conducted an investigation, and subpoenaed the witnesses discussed above might the jury have come back with a different verdict?  We'll never know because Shulman didn't do his job and didn't represent Hank like a good trial lawyer should. If the above is not Ineffective Assistance of Counsel, what is?

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