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Sitting, standing, and walking required Casual sex dating in oakford in 46965 the day. Job duties sometimes require climbing stairs, kneeling, twisting, bending; on occasion, crouching, crawling oakkford reaching overhead. Marvin Bieghler appeals the denial of post-conviction relief concerning his oaktord and death sentence for the murders of Tommy Miller and his pregnant wife, Kimberly. Bieghler raised eighteen claims in his direct appeal, and this Court oa,ford in Csual respects. On oa,ford, Bieghler raises a collection of claims Fuck local sluts in norham west mains the rubric of seven arguments: Ineffective assistance of appellate counsel in his direct appeal; II.
Ineffective assistance of counsel at trial; III. Improper instruction on accomplice testimony; IV. Error in the jury instructions; V. Improper jury selection and jury misconduct; VI. Cumulative error during the penalty phase, rendering his death sentence unreliable; and VII. Constitutionality of capital sentencing statute. We affirm the post-conviction court. Facts Tommy and Kimberly Miller were found dead in the bedroom of their on on the morning of December 11, Tommy Miller sold marijuana supplied to him by Bieghler, who aex a marijuana "wholesaler" in the greater Kokomo area. The couple had been shot with nine rounds from an automatic. A dime was found near each body. Harold "Scotty" Brook was Bieghler's partner in his marijuana business, accompanying Bieghler on numerous occasions to Florida where Bieghler received large quantities of the drug for transportation back to Kokomo.
Brook and others testified that someone had "dropped a dime" on one of Bieghler's main distributors i. This loss effectively put Bieghler out of business. The witnesses testified that Bieghler repeatedly declared Casuwl would "blow away" whoever had "dropped a dime" on his distributor. According to Brook, after Tommy Miller became the suspected "snitch," Bieghler stated on many occasions that he would get Miller. Brook, who cut a oakfogd deal with the prosecutor on on charges in exchange for his testimony, testified that he and Bieghler spent the afternoon and evening of December 10,drinking beer and smoking marijuana.
They eventually wound up at a bar in Galveston, Indiana, a small town in the southeast corner of Cass county. Brook, Bieghler, and Brook's brother Bobby John left the bar and oakfod to the Millers' trailer, which was located in a rural part of southwestern Howard county Causal Russiaville. Bieghler parked down the road from the trailer, datingg across a field and entered. Upon entering the darkened trailer, Brook saw Bieghler, standing, pointing his "super. Brook claims he did not hear anything while in the trailer, Viviang sexy gunshots nor the cry of the Casuual small child who Brook saw standing up in his nearby crib with datinv crying expression on his face.
Bieghler ran out of the trailer and back to the car with Brook in tow. The group proceeded to Kokomo where they picked up Bieghler's girlfriend, Thelma McVety, from work at around Brook and Bieghler then went back to McVety's, where Bieghler tearfully told her that he had to go to Florida, and then left for Florida alone. An expert testified that the two sets of casings were fired from the same gun, which had to have been one of only three types of automatic. He called several witnesses who testified about Cazual extremely hazardous, icy road conditions around the Miller trailer that night which would have prevented a round trip from Galveston, to the trailer, and then to McVety's workplace in forty-five datin.
He also called several witnesses who said they spoke with Tommy Miller on the phone that evening after 11 p. Nevertheless, the jury found Bieghler guilty of two counts of murder and one of burglary, and recommended the death penalty. The trial judge sentenced Bieghler to death for the murders, but did not sentence Casua, for the burglary. Specifically, Bieghler claims that although appellate counsel raised this issue and discussed seven separate instances in support of it, appellate counsel did not argue some of them well, oakfotd there were other examples appellate counsel should have raised and argued. For example, Bieghler says Scruggs should have objected to testimony concerning Bieghler's character and prior bad acts.
Appellate counsel did allude to two types of "prior bad act" evidence elicited by the prosecutor to which trial counsel failed to object: While appellate counsel forcefully argued that the prosecution's impermissible use of this evidence throughout the entire trial significantly prejudiced Bieghler, he did not provide examples from or citation to the record in support of this claim. The State's brief, in addressing this allegation, focussed on the prosecution's admission of evidence pertaining to Bieghler's drug-dealing business and correctly argued that such information was admissible as pertaining to motive, and trial counsel was thus not ineffective for failing to object to its admission or argue for its limitation.
The other line of prosecutorial questions on Bieghler's drug- using lifestyle was not addressed by the State as part of its IAC rebuttal. Likewise, our opinion only addresses this claim of ineffectiveness in terms of evidence admitted to show Bieghler's drug-dealing business and related activities, and does not mention the admission of evidence about Bieghler's drug-using lifestyle and habits. See Bieghler, N. The prosecution questioned a number of witnesses about their personal experience with taking different types of drugs, the effects the different drugs had on them, with taking drugs with Bieghler, and the observed effects drugs had on him, Nutt, see T.
After laying this foundation regarding Bieghler's drug habit and the effects that the drugs normally had on Bieghler prior to December 10,the prosecutor asked Scotty Brook about the events of December 10th. Much of this inquiry centered around when, what type, and how many drugs the two consumed that entire day. The prosecution's questioning of Bieghler followed much the same pattern. This testimony was elicited in an attempt to establish Bieghler's probable state of mind on the night of the murder, as exemplified by its use in the State's closing argument. For instance, Bieghler admitted smoking marijuana and drinking around fifteen beers the afternoon of the murders, T.
Addressing the defense argument that Bieghler could not have driven fast on the slick, icy roads, the prosecutor argued, They were drunk. They were high all day. They were drinking all night. They were taking pills. How many times have you been driving down the highway on an icy road and have some idiot whiz by you like you were standing still? Ice doesn't stop everybody from driving fast. It stops people that have any sense about them from driving fast. Think it would stop a drunk? An intoxicated high person? Total disregard for everything, I would say, the state of his mind that night, the Defendant.
Finally, as to what might have finally pushed Bieghler into committing the murders, the State argued, Do you remember what Scotty Brook said right before they left the Tavern, Dusty's? He said something that went like this, "I'm tired of hearing about it. If you're going to do something, do it, or quit talking about it. I suggest he was mad, said, "All right. I can do it. Let's get in the car. Bieghler's drug use and the effect it potentially had on him the night of the murders was central to understanding his state of mind at that time and explaining some of his alleged actions. Thus, the evidence was relevant, and its relevance was not outweighed by the potential unfair prejudice it engendered against Bieghler.
In fact, both the State and the defense found this evidence useful. Much of Bieghler's testimony about his personal drug use was elicited by his trial counsel. Then, in his closing argument, defense counsel argued that Bieghler could not have committed the murders because of his intoxicated state: Scotty says that they left on the county road and drove straight across 22 at sixty miles per hour and the evidence is there was ice everywhere. Marvin's had fifteen to seventeen beers How do you explain the fact that they drove from Galveston to Dusty's Tavern to the scene of this crime in twenty minutes in the intoxicated condition that the defendant was in without crashing, when Scott Pitcher crashed at twenty miles an hour.
He also argued that Bieghler's intoxicated state would have impaired his shooting ability: In a dark trailer? By someone as drunk as he's supposed to have been? Thus, both sides saw the relevance of this evidence as it pertained to their versions of the case. Given this, and trial counsel's strategy of complete candor, it was not unreasonable for trial counsel to let it come in, and appellate counsel should not be faulted for failing to cite this evidence in support of his ineffectiveness claim. On the other hand, we see a colorable argument regarding some of the State's questioning of Bieghler, of his girlfriend's daughter, Theresa McVety, and the State's use of this evidence in its closing argument.
The evidence suggested that Bieghler was pretty casual about marijuana use by teenagers, including Theresa's. By its own admission, the State was trying to show Bieghler's disregard for the law as it pertained to kids and marijuana, an issue with no relevance to proving whether he murdered the Millers. In addition, no reversible error has been found in the proceedings of the post-conviction court. The conviction and sentence of death are affirmed. November 18, Habeas Background: Following affirmance of his murder conviction and death sentence on direct appeal, N. The Court of Appeals, Terence T.
Evans, Circuit Judge, held that: Twenty-three years ago, Kenny Miller went to visit his year-old brother, Tommy, who lived with his pregnant year-old wife, Kimberly, in a trailer near Kokomo, Indiana. His convictions and death sentence were upheld by the Indiana Supreme Court, both on direct appeal 2 years later, Bieghler v. Bieghler moved to federal court in and is here today appealing the district court's denial of his petition for a writ of habeas corpus brought pursuant to 28 U. First, the senseless facts as determined by the state courts, which we accept as true on this collateral review.
A major portion of the State's case rested on the testimony of Brook, who was not prosecuted for his role in the events. According to that testimony, Bieghler and Brook spent the day of the murders drinking beer and getting high on marijuana. Brook followed and saw Bieghler pointing the weapon into a room. Tommy's and Kimberly's bullet-ridden bodies were discovered the next morning. Bieghler contends that the prosecution violated his due process rights by exploiting, at trial, his failure to talk to the police after his arrest.
He also claims that he was denied effective assistance of counsel. According to Bieghler, the prosecution, during its cross-examination of him and again during closing argument, exploited the fact that, after being advised of his Miranda rights, he elected to remain silent and not give arresting officers the version of the night's events he related on the witness stand. If so, this was a constitutionally impermissible tactic under Doyle v. As applicable here, Doyle holds that the prosecution violates a defendant's due process rights when it uses post-arrest silence to impeach an exculpatory story told at trial. See United States v. This is so because it is fundamentally unfair to assure a defendant, with Miranda warnings, that his silence will not be used against him, and then turn around and do exactly that.
Bieghler cites several references by the prosecutor to his post-arrest, post- Miranda-warning silence. His trial counsel, however, did not object to these references and therefore forfeited subsequent challenges to them. Ordinarily, when a claimed error is forfeited, we only analyze whether the trial court plainly erred by allowing the prosecutor's comments. At trial, Bieghler took the stand and denied complicity in the murders. He testified about being at other places with other people when the Millers were killed. On this appeal, he complains about several questions put to him by the state's attorney during cross-examination.
It is the State's contention that no reference was made to Bieghler's silence. He was merely fairly cross-examined, says the State, about his direct testimony for the purpose of testing his credibility as a witness. In an argument that's a little hard to follow, Bieghler contends that this snippet from the prosecutor's closing remarks to the jury ran afoul of the rule announced in Doyle: Kenny Cockrell's the one that took the Fifth. Kenny Cockrell's the one that wouldn't answer when I asked if he was doing something to Bobby Nutt because a deal went bad. He took the Fifth.
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As a matter datimg fact, that train came by during my examination of the Defendant. Ni don't know, maybe it was my imagination, maybe I wanted to see it, but did you see him, about right before the train came by started to get, his voice was a little different about the time when he left Dusty's? You can talk about that. Maybe I only saw it because I wanted to. A little later, Bieghler sees error in this statement from the prosecutor's closing argument: The Defendant denies that he was there. And even though it's not testimony, looking through it in the opening statement, [Defense Counsel] Mr.
Scruggs said that he, the Defendant went there that night to Bobby Nutt's. Now the only person that's important to me is, I was looking, I was listening, waiting to hear so that I would know what the Defendant was going to say.
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You know, I didn't hear him until he sat up here, and you heard oakfprd just like I did. He had everything I had but I could never talk to him. I couldn't use prior inconsistent statements to impeach him because I didn't Casual sex dating in oakford in 46965 any. It was fair game, the State says, to argue that it gathered and presented its evidence without knowing what Bieghler's version of the events would be until he revealed it during Finds local sluts for sex in lower shuckburgh trial. We do not believe that the questions and closing argument comments ran afoul of Doyle.
In none did the prosecutor equate Bieghler's silence with guilt, the evil condemned in Doyle as undermining the privilege against self-incrimination. Indeed, the prosecution's conduct in this case was a far cry from datting transpired in Doyle, which featured repeated and blatant seex of the defendants' post-arrest silence. In that case, Jefferson Doyle and Richard Wood were arrested together and charged with selling marijuana to an informant named William Bonnell. Inn the watchful eye of four daring, Bonnell met Doyle and Wood in a parking lot and completed the transaction.
Minutes later, the two discovered that they had been shorted and began circling oaford neighborhood looking for Bonnell. Agent Kenneth Beamer promptly arrived at the scene, arrested Doyle and Wood, and gave them Miranda warnings. Both defendants said for the first Casual sex dating in oakford in 46965 inn trial that Bonnell had framed them and that they were buyers, not sellers. Each testified that they originally agreed to buy 10 pounds of marijuana from Bonnell but decided at the last minute to buy a lesser amount. Perplexed, Doyle and Wood went looking for Bonnell to find out why he had thrown the money into the car. During cross-examination, the prosecution asked them why they had not told the frame-up story right away to Agent Beamer.
Beamer arrived at the scene why didn't you tell him? Beamer anything about this? Unlike the questions asked in Doyle, the prosecution here did not use Bieghler's silence against him. The prosecution's questions and statements in this case were also far less egregious than those in other cases where Doyle violations were found to have occurred. For instance, in Lieberman v. During cross-examination and closing argument, the prosecution attacked the veracity of his testimony by pointing out that he had not made his alibi known at the time of his arrest.
That's where he says he was today, ladies and gentlemen. Did he tell the police when he was severely questioned, according to him? Absolutely not, absolutely not. Police later discovered Feela in the basement with these materials. The prosecution asked Feela repeatedly whether he had given this account at the time of arrest and then emphasized his post-arrest silence during closing argument: We never heard that until today. In that case, the prosecution repeatedly questioned whether the defendant, Eddie Allen, told investigators that he killed his wife in self-defense, a story he told from the witness stand.
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