For claims of ineffective assistance of appellate counsel, as explained in the 2011 Connecticut Appellate Court case of Moody v. Commissioner of Correction, the court "must assess whether there is a reasonable probability that, but for appellate counsel's failure?the petitioner would have prevailed in his direct appeal?"
Edward B. v. Commissioner of Correction
Connecticut Appellate Court
January 14, 2013
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