Opinions June 11, 2019

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The following Indiana Supreme Court opinion was posted after IL deadline Monday:
Dwayne A. Springfield v. State of Indiana

Criminal. Grants transfer and remands for the Marion Superior Court to enter judgment against Dwayne Springfield on charges of Level 4 felony possession of cocaine and Level 6 felony possession of a narcotic drug, and to determine the appropriate sentence for each conviction. Finds Springfield’s drug convictions violated double jeopardy because they were both enhanced by his possession of a single firearm.

Tuesday opinions
Indiana Court of Appeals 
Levon E. Coleman v. State of Indiana (mem. dec.)

Criminal. Affirms Levon Coleman’s convictions of three counts of Level 6 felony fraud. Finds the Hamilton Superior Court did not abuse its discretion when it denied Coleman’s motion for a mistrial. Also finds there is sufficient evidence to support the conviction. 

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