A11-2045 Jeremy Jackson vs. State of Minnesota
Petitioner is not entitled to postconviction relief on his claims of ineffective assistance of appellate counsel when his petition did not identify any prejudice resulting from the failure of petitioner's counsel to raise specific challenges to the State's evidence and did not identify any federal constitutional claims that counsel unreasonably failed to raise.
By: Landon J. Ascheman, Esq.
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