• Connecticut Appellate Court
  • AC 35756
  • Dec 26 2013 (Date Decided)
  • Sullivan, J.
The standard, as explained in the 2011 Appellate Court decision in In Re: Christopher C., "[i]n determining whether counsel has been ineffective in a termination proceeding … requires not errorless counsel, and not counsel judged ineffective by hindsight, but counsel whose performance is reasonably competent, or within the range of competence displayed by lawyers with ordinary training and skill [in that particular area of the] law.…" The trial court found the following facts.

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