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Tag Archives: Judge Junius P. Fulton III

Victim testified credibly in strangulation case (access required)

Where appellant was convicted of strangling his wife, the trial court correctly determined that she provided credible testimony about the incident. Further there was sufficient evidence to support his conviction. Choking incident Appellant “asserts that the evidence failed to prove ...

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Funds for mitigation expert correctly denied (access required)

Where appellant’s presentence report contradicted “in many ways” the reasons proffered at a motion hearing on his request for funds to hire a mitigation expert, the trial court correctly denied the motion. Contrasting information “[T]he record demonstrates that [appellant] Walden’s ...

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