A criminal defendant's 6th Amendment right to the attorney of the defendant's choice is not absolute and may be required to yield, if there is a conflict of interest, or if the defendant's selection of an attorney who previously represented the victim, as the victim's defense attorney, could jeopardize the fairness of trial.
State v. Bekech
March 4, 2013
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