State v. MylettAnnotate this Case
The Supreme Court reversed the decision of the court of appeals affirming the trial court's judgment convicting Defendant for conspiracy to commit harassment of a juror, holding that the trial court erred in denying Defendant's motion to dismiss the conspiracy charge for insufficient evidence.
Defendant was convicted of conspiracy to commit harassment of a juror because of his actions at a courthouse following his twin brother's conviction for assault on a government official. On appeal, the court of appeals concluded that the trial court did not err in denying Defendant's motion to dismiss the conspiracy charge for insufficient evidence. The Supreme Court reversed, holding that the evidence in Defendant's trial was insufficient to raise anything more than mere conjecture that he had made an agreement with another person to threaten or intimidate a juror.