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BOBBY vs. STATE OF FLORIDA PART-II

BOBBY vs. STATE OF FLORIDA PART-II
08:11:2006

BOBBY vs. STATE OF FLORIDA






Supreme Court of Florida




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No. SC03-710


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BOBBY RALEIGH,


Appellant,



vs.



STATE OF FLORIDA,


Appellee.



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No. SC03-2282


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BOBBY RALEIGH,


Petitioner,



vs.



JAMES R. McDONOUGH, etc.


Respondent.



[June 1, 2006]


Story continue from Part I ……….


In light of the foregoing, we affirm the trial court's conclusions that Dr. Upson did not miss signs of mental retardation or organic brain damage and that Raleigh in fact received a professional, competent, and appropriate mental health evaluation[1] for use in aid of his defense. [2]


B. Ineffective Assistance of Counsel


Raleigh's next three claims allege ineffective assistance of counsel. When considering claims of ineffective assistance of counsel, this Court applies the standard set forth in Strickland v. Washington, 466 U.S. 668 (1984). â€





Description A decision regarding medical negligence and ineffective assistance of counsel. Court affirms the trial court's conclusions that Dr. Upson did not miss signs of mental retardation or organic brain damage. The petitioner in fact received a professional, competent and appropriate mental health evaluation for use in aid of his defense.
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