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Criminal Law: Post-Conviction Relief-Death Sentence-Abandonment

Where a defendant sentenced to death in a first-degree murder case challenged the denial of post-conviction relief, the defendant’s trial counsel made reasonable strategic decisions, and there was no abandonment by post-conviction counsel, so the denial of relief is affirmed because the defendant also did not show constitutional violations or prejudice. Judgment is affirmed. McFadden v. State ...