No. 82S00-9903-CR-181.

729 N.E.2d 139 (2000)

Timothy R. FARBER, Appellant (Defendant Below), v. STATE of Indiana, Appellee (Plaintiff Below).

Supreme Court of Indiana.

May 26, 2000.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Michael C. Keating, Evansville, Indiana, Attorney for Appellant.

Jeffrey A. Modisett, Attorney General of Indiana, Arthur Thaddeus Perry, Deputy Attorney General, Indianapolis, Indiana, Attorneys for Appellee.

BOEHM, Justice.

Timothy Farber was convicted of murder and robbery. The State sought a sentence of life imprisonment without parole alleging that Farber had intentionally killed while committing a robbery. A jury recommended against life without parole but the trial court nevertheless imposed that sentence. Farber was also sentenced to thirty years for robbery. His convictions were affirmed on direct appeal but the case...

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