Opinions July 1, 2021

The following Indiana Supreme Court opinion was posted after IL deadline on Wednesday:

Kevin Charles Isom v. State of Indiana
45S00-1508-PD-00508
Post conviction. Affirms the post-conviction court’s judgment against Kevin Isom. Finds the post-conviction court was correct to hold Isom to his burden of presenting developed legal theories and establishing the grounds for relief. Finds Isom has not established that the post-conviction court erred on multiple grounds, including in denying his renewed motion for a competency hearing; denying his discovery request for the State’s lethal-injection protocol and finding execution-validity challenge waived; denying his discovery request for juror contact information and finding issue waived; limiting the testimony of two expert witnesses; and finding his challenge to his petition’s filing date waived.

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