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Appellant was convicted of committing a terrorist act, attempting to commit first-degree battery, and four counts of aggravated assault and sentenced to an aggregate term of 1020 months’ imprisonment. The Court of Appeals affirmed. Appellant filed a pro se petition for postconviction relief under Ark. R. Crim. P. 37.1 and a second Rule 37.1 petition, alleging in both petitions ineffective assistance of trial counsel, trial error, and prosecutorial misconduct. The trial court denied relief. The Supreme Court remanded to settle the record and for additional findings of fact, holding that the record was not complete so that the totality of the evidence could be considered.