Because there was a reasonable probability that the result of his criminal trial would have been different had a note suppressed by the state been disclosed to defense counsel before trial, the petitioner demonstrated that his prior habeas counsel rendered ineffective assistance in failing to pursue the claim.
Lapointe v. Commissioner of Correction
Connecticut Appellate Court
October 15, 2012
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