876 S.W.2d 57 (1993)

STATE of Tennessee, Appellee, v. Randy Dwayne HURLEY, Appellant.

Supreme Court of Tennessee, at Knoxville.

Order Granting Petition to Rehear August 30, 1993.

Opinion on Denial of Rehearing April 11, 1994.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Suzanna W. Laws, Dandridge and Douglas R. Beier, Morristown, for appellant.

Charles W. Burson, Atty. Gen. & Reporter and Rebecca L. Gundt, Asst. Atty. Gen., Nashville, for appellee.


O'BRIEN, Justice.

Defendant, Randy Dwayne Hurley, appeals from his conviction for first degree murder of Daniel R. "Sarge" West. He was found guilty of premeditated first degree murder, and of felony murder. He was also convicted of armed robbery. He was sentenced to death on each of the murder charges and to a consecutive sentence of 12 years for armed robbery.

On the morning of Friday, 15 April, 1988, the defendant and West left...

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