In Commonwealth v. Brown, the Superior Court determined that, with specific regard to the prejudice prong of a claim of ineffective assistance of counsel, Brown was prejudiced because he established it was reasonably probable that he would not have pleaded guilty had he known his prior record score was 2, not 4 as trial counsel had advised him.
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