State v. GrantAnnotate this Case
Defendant was convicted of murder in the first degree and use of a deadly weapon to commit a felony. Defendant appealed, raising fourteen assignments of error. The district court sentenced Defendant to life imprisonment for first degree murder. The Supreme Court affirmed, holding that the district court did not commit prejudicial error in (1) overruling Defendant’s evidentiary objections and admitting the challenged evidence; (2) denying Defendant’s first and second motions for mistrial or his motion for a recess and a psychological evaluation; and (3) instructing the jury on intentional manslaughter. Lastly, there was sufficient evidence to support Defendant’s convictions.