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DO PRO SE DEFENDANTS HAVE A RIGHT TO LAW LIBRARY ACCESS?: The United States Supreme Court held 10/31/05 ( in Kane v. Garcia Espitia, No. 04-1538, an unsigned per curiam opinion) that Faretta v. California, 422 U.S. 806 (1975), which establishes a Sixth Amendment right to self-representation, does not imply a right of law library access to a pro se defendant. U.S. Supreme Court opinions can be found here.

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