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Commonwealth v. Williams

Pennsylvania Superior Court

September 25, 2020

In Commonwealth v. Williams, the Superior Court held that, where counsel has effectively discontinued working on a defendant’s behalf, a pro se filing does not offend considerations of hybrid representation. In the instant case, the trial court should have considered post-sentence letters directly from the defendant as timely post-sentence motions.

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