In the 2007 case of State v. Casiano, the Connecticut Supreme Court held that "a defendant has a right to the appointment of counsel for the purpose of determining whether a defendant who wishes to file [a motion to correct an illegal sentence] has a sound basis for doing so."
State v. Scott
Connecticut Appellate Court
December 3, 2012
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