Opinions June 10, 2019

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Indiana Court of Appeals
Charles E. Bayne III v. State of Indiana (mem. dec.)

18A-CR-1290
Criminal. Affirms Charles E. Bayne III’s conviction of Level 2 felony voluntary manslaughter. Finds there is sufficient evidence to support Bayne’s conviction and to negate his claim of self-defense. Finds that even if the Lake Superior Court erroneously believed that Bayne’s firearm enhancement was non-suspendible, the same sentence would be imposed even if it believed that the enhancement was suspendible.

Rolando Manuel Leal, Jr. v. State of Indiana (mem. dec.)
18A-CR-2161
Criminal. Affirms Rolando Manuel Leal, Jr.’s adjudication under criminal organization enhancement statute, Indiana Code Section 35-50-2-15 (2018). Finds there is sufficient evidence to prove that Leal murdered Thaddeus Rodriguez, Jr. while a member of a criminal organization and at the direction of or in affiliation with a criminal organization.

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