Supreme Court Spotlight: The Positive Aspects of Turner v. Rogers
Albert S. Dandridge, III, Esq. on 7/6/2011
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Mr. Dandridge is a partner at Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis, LLP
- Encouraged a more proactive fact-finding role for judges where unrepresented litigants are involved.
- Opened the door for the use of and evaluation of more robust and effective assistance programs.
- Left the door open for full representation where loss of liberty is at stake and lesser forms of assistance cannot protect those rights.
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