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Appellant Ron Rhodes had been indicted in connection with the 2000 shooting death of a convenience store clerk. He pled guilty but mentally retarded to charges of malice murder and armed robbery in exchange for the State's agreement not to pursue the death penalty. The trial court sentenced appellant to two consecutive life sentences. Appellant appealed the trial court's order denying multiple motions he filed after he entered his guilty plea. Finding no reversible error, the Supreme Court affirmed.