Justices deny murderer’s petition to transfer

A man convicted of murder who was denied his petition for post-conviction relief was also denied his petition to transfer his case to the Indiana Supreme Court.

Justices unanimously declined to hear Ray A. Chamorro v. State of Indiana, 19A-PC-01220, unanimously denying petition to transfer in a Thursday order

In July, the Indiana Court of Appeals affirmed denial of Ray Chamorro’s post-conviction petition, finding that White Superior Court not err or abuse its discretion in finding that Chamorro’s trial counsel was not ineffective when he did not request removal of a prospective juror; did not admit into evidence certain pictures or challenge inconsistencies in witness testimony, and did not object to certain witness testimony and comments made by the prosecutor.

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