...Sorkin's use in Lorber's complaint against Winston of a document Winston's attorneys drafted but never filed in connection with a criminal case...
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
...murder. The court, following the jury's recommendation, sentenced Winston to death. Winston's direct appeals failed and his conviction became final, at which point...
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...would make that choice until well after the state courts acted in Winston's case, we have no basis for finding that the state courts...
...urged Howrey partners to act quickly on Winston's offers to hire about three-quarters of the lawyers. The big...
...have jurisdiction under 28 U.S.C. § 2253(a), DENY Mr. Winston's request for a COA, and DISMISS his appeal.I. BACKGROUND...
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