Bunch v. State (Per Curiam)Annotate this Case
Petitioner, an inmate, filed a pro se petition for writ of habeas corpus, challenging three judgments reflecting convictions for aggravated robbery and theft of property, sexual assault, and his status as a habitual offender for sentencing. In his habeas petition, Petitioner alleged that the judgments were facially invalid and that his due process rights were violated by the admission of certain evidence of other crimes during the guilt phase of his trial. The circuit court dismissed the petition. The Supreme Court dismissed Petitioner's appeal, denied his motion to supplement the record on appeal, and declared moot his motion for an extension of time in which to file his brief, holding that Petitioner failed to meet his burden of demonstrating a basis for a writ of habeas corpus to issue.