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Criminal Law: Habeas Relief-First-Degree Robbery-Sufficiency of Evidence

Where the state challenged the grant of habeas corpus relief to petitioner in a first-degree murder and robbery case, the order granting relief in part is reversed because the appellate court did not unreasonably apply clearly established federal law when it found that the largely circumstantial evidence was sufficient to support the convictions. Reversed. Harden v. Norman ...