McConnell v. Rhay,
393 U.S. 2 (1968)

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McConnell v. Rhay, 393 U.S. 2 (1968)

McConnell v. Rhay

No. 187, Misc.

Decided October 14, 1968*

393 U.S. 2


The decision in Mempa v. Rhay, 389 U. S. 128, holding that the Sixth Amendment, as applied through the Fourteenth Amendment, requires that counsel be afforded felony defendants in a proceeding for revocation of probation and imposition of deferred sentencing, should be applied retroactively.

Certiorari granted; judgments reversed and remanded.

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