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Under the facts presented, a County Public Defender should not represent a defendant convicted of first-degree murder and sentenced to death in seeking to overturn the conviction and sentence in a Federal Habeas Corpus action where the grounds for relief involve alleged ineffective assistance of another lawyer in the Public Defender's office who is no longer associated with that office.

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