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Defendant challenged his conviction for unlawful sexual conduct with a 16-year-old, arguing that his counsel was ineffective for not challenging the constitutionality of the statutory scheme, which prevented Defendant from raising a mistake-of-fact defense regarding the age of the complainant because he was more than ten years older than the

Mother appealed the termination of her parental rights, raising two challenges under the Indian Child Welfare Act, as well as challenging the court’s ultimate conclusion to terminate. Finding no error, the court of appeals affirmed.

Petitioner filed a petition for relief under the Post-Conviction Remedies Act, contending that he accepted the plea only because of his attorney’s ineffective assistance in investigating the case and preparing to mount a defense, as Petitioner had instructed. Following the filing of his post-conviction petition, the district court granted summary

Defendant was convicted for aggravated robbery of a convenience store. On appeal, he argued among other things that the trial court erred in admitting reconstructed photos and three clips from his jail phone calls to his wife.

Criminal | The defendant was charged with stalking the victim. While the victim was waiting to testify at a court hearing, the defendant sent her a social media post where he said he would not back down and said he would drag her through a civil suit.

Criminal | The defendant stole an individual’s car. At trial, the State played a portion of the defendant’s police interview where he said he that what happened was the “same thing” as another incident the defendant was involved in.