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Under the facts presented, a County Public Defender representing a defendant convicted of first degree murder should not, for the purposes of seeking post-conviction relief on behalf of the defendant, allege that the prior County Public Defender and his staff provided ineffective assistance of counsel even though the present Public Defender was never associated with the prior Public Defender.

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