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State v. Robert Prather Prather was convicted of murder based on an incident that took place at the victim’s residence. Prather, the victim, and two other individuals were at the apartment drinking. In the course of events, the victim ended up being beaten and he died from his injuries. Prather denied involvement, and claimed that

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Gonzalez v. State Gonzalez filed a PCR action claiming that his trial attorney had a conflict of interests when he represented Gonzalez at trial. The PCR court denied relief, and the Court of Appeals affirmed that decision. The Supreme Court reverses. The nature of the conflict that Gonzalez identifies is as follows: Gonzalez was charged with

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State v. Broadnax The trial court allowed Broadnax’s three prior armed robbery convictions to be admitted for impeachment purposes under Rule 609(a)(2). The Court of Appeals reversed Broadnax’s conviction, reasoning that armed robbery is not a crime of dishonesty under Rule 609(a)(2), and therefore the trial court should have analyzed the prior conviction under Rule

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