People v. MooreAnnotate this Case
Defendant had twice been convicted and sentenced to death for robbing and murdering the two managers of an apartment where he had lived. On his automatic appeal, the court addressed defendant's numerous claims of error. The court rejected defendant's claims and held that in those few instances in which the court found error or assumed the existence of error, the court concluded that any error was harmless. The court also held that, in combination, these errors did not compel the conclusion that defendant was denied a fair trial. Accordingly, the court affirmed the convictions and sentence of death.