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Thursday, May 22, 2014

Ind. Decisions - Should we anticipate a petition for rehearing in Brewington v. State?

Referencing the trial transcript, Dan Brewington, of Brewington v. State (May 1, 2014), is asserting in his blog that the Indiana Supreme Court's opinion is in error when it states “And Defendant had also demonstrated mental disturbance, volatility, violence, and genuine dangerousness directly to both of his victims during his years-long vendetta against them.” Brewington says there is no evidence of violence in the record.

Does this mean that Brewington will be filing a petition for rehearing with the Supreme Court? Such petitions are due within 30 days of the opinion.

Posted by Marcia Oddi on May 22, 2014 09:49 AM
Posted to Ind. Sup.Ct. Decisions