This case involves an appeal of a conviction entered on guilty pleas negotiated with the state. The defendant, Molina, alleged that he plead guilty because his lawyer’s inadequate assistance did not allow him to make an informed decision to plead guilty. He also contended that his attorney violated the attorney-client privilege by divulging communications between him and his attorney.
Hall, Jeff, "Summary of Molina v. State, 120 Nev. Adv. Rep. 21" (2004). Nevada Supreme Court Summaries. 689.