BEFORE SUBMITTING YOUR REVIEW WE ASK THAT CLIENTS PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING:
The American Judiciary Institute of Attorney Oversight & Reporting was created to expose the fact that in many instances defendants are not being offered their right as the accused to adequate legal representation as per the United States Constitution. In order to prove this fact the law states that a defendant must show that according to STRICKLAND V WASHINGTON, 466 U.S. 688 that first, that counsel's performance was deficient and second, that the deficient performance prejudiced the defense so as to deprive the defendant of a fair trial. These errors must be memorialized. We ask that when submitting your review that you document all requests that you have submitted to your attorney that would significantly have changed the outcome or could still change the outcome of your situation and the dates of those requests and his/her refusal to act on them. Example would be refusal to come see you in jail to discuss your case. It is a breach of Attorney-Client privilege to ask that you discuss your case in a room full of people. If you; however, are unable to discuss your case with your attorney he/she cannot represent you effectively. This is true for both paid and appointed attorneys.