(1) first-degree premeditated murder; (2) attempted first-degree premeditated murder; (3) killing of an unborn child by injury to the mother; (4) armed burglary of a structure while inflicting great bodily harm or death; (5) robbery with a firearm while inflicting great bodily harm or death; (6) kidnapping while inflicting great bodily harm or death; (7) another count of kidnapping while inflicting great bodily harm or death; (8) grand theft of a motor vehicle; (9) possession of firearm by convicted felon (Bellamy); and (10) possession of firearm by convicted felon (Nowell)
A new trial of his previous first-degree murder conviction was ordered with new directions for the re-do trial. This decision by the court is unprecedented and extremely rare as the court almost never overturns death penalty cases.
The original issue seen by Supreme Court judges was that the trial court judge had “made a mistake “by not not ruling that the prosecutor had made improper comments during his closing arguments in the trial’s penalty phase, by arguing that Nowell didn’t deserve “mercy.” ” Further questionable acts were discovered in the juror filtering of a Hispanic individual thought to be based on his race.
Attorney Behr has experience with hundred of capital offense murder cases and will fight for you all the way through your trial and sentencing. Call his law office as soon as you can in order to secure your freedom and life outside bars.
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