Millsap v. State (Per Curiam)Annotate this Case
In 1998, Appellant pleaded guilty to capital murder, terroristic threatening, and second-degree battery. Appellant was sentenced to life imprisonment without the possibility of parole for the murder conviction. In 2015, Appellant filed in the trial court a second pro se petition for coram-nobis relief, alleging that he was insane at the time of trial, that the prosecutor withheld evidence of Appellant’s insanity in violation of Brady v. Maryland, and that his guilty plea was coerced. The trial court denied relief. The Supreme Court dismissed Appellant’s appeal, holding that Appellant failed to state grounds for the issuance of a writ of error coram nobis.