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Question Of The Day

A man, who was attending college on a scholarship, was indicted for a felony. The issues presented at his trial were complex. The man was indigent, so the court appointed a lawyer to represent him. The man refused to have the court-appointed lawyer act as counsel, and represented himself at the trial. The court-appointed lawyer sat beside the man at trial, however, and, when requested, gave him advice. The man was convicted and appealed on the ground that he had been denied his constitutional right to counsel. Should the man’s conviction be affirmed?

(A) No, because the man does not have a constitutional right to defend himself.

(B) No, because the man was ineffective and harmed his case as his own counsel.

(C) Yes, because the court-appointed counsel was present to give him advice.

(D) Yes, because the man effectively waived his right to counsel.