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1. For defense counsel to be considered ineffective, the defense attorney must:
A. perform adequately.
B. prejudice the defendant.
C. be a public defender.
D. only be unreasonable under prevailing professional norms.


im confused between B and D

2. Which of the following is NOT a reason for failing to prosecute?
A. Lack of evidence
B. Defense case stronger than the prosecution’s
C. Resource restrictions
D. Defendant’s political connections

is it D

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    I think both are D.

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