Milam v. State (Original)Annotate this Case
Defendant was found guilty of the capital murder of the thirteen-month-old daughter of his girlfriend. On direct appeal, the court reviewed defendant's 20 points of error and found them to be without merit, affirming the judgment. The court noted that defendant challenged neither the sufficiency of the evidence to support the guilty verdict nor the determination that he was not mentally retarded. Because defendant did not challenge the sufficiency of the evidence to support the future-dangerousness special issue, the court set out the facts of the crime and the relevant punishment evidence.