Idaho v. AdamcikAnnotate this Case
Defendant-Appellant Torey Adamcik appealed his convictions for first-degree murder and conspiracy to commit first-degree murder. Defendant raised several issues on appeal pertaining to the sufficiency of the evidence presented against him at trial, and procedural errors that prejudicially lead to his conviction. Taking each of Defendant's issues raised on appeal, and after a review of the trial record and applicable law, the Supreme Court found that the jury was presented with sufficient evidence from which it could reasonably find that Defendant was guilty of first-degree murder, and that the trial court committed no fundamental errors that adversely impacted Defendant's trial. Accordingly, the Court affirmed Defendant's convictions and sentences.