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Following a jury trial, appellant Anthony Williams was found guilty of four counts of felony murder (and their underlying felonies) arising out of the death of his young daughter. The child died after ingesting cocaine which the jury found appellant and his co-defendant, mother Stephanie Stephens, possessed at their home with intent to distribute. Appellant appealed, alleging multiple errors at trial. Finding no reason to disturb the trial court's judgment, the Supreme Court affirmed.