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Innocence Fears Raised in High-Court Case Claiming Bad Lawyering

Two men sitting on Arizona’s death row say they face execution because they had bad lawyers. The U.S. Supreme Court will consider Wednesday whether they’re allowed to prove it. How the justices resolve the dispute will determine whether the right to counsel is vindicated in cases across the country and, for those who maintain their innocence, whether people whose guilt is in doubt are incarcerated or even executed.

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