The article presents information on U.S. Supreme Court case Texas v. Cobb, case number 99-1702, argued on January 16, 2001 and decided on April 2, 2001. A respondent confessed to home burglary while under arrest for an unrelated offense. At the same time, he denied knowledge of a woman and the disappearance of a child from the house. A counsel was appointed to represent him after he was indicted for the burglary. This case holds that the Sixth Amendment right to counsel does not necessarily extend to offenses that are factually related to those that have actually been charged because it is offense specific.