Appellate court may not find trial court abused its sentencing discretion based on weight trial court afforded aggravators and mitigators.
Trial court did not abuse its discretion in modifying and reducing spousal maintenance obligation based on changes in the parties’ respective finances, even when there was no improvement in the medical condition of the party receiving maintenance.
A contract doesn’t need to state a specific dollar amount for goods or services in order to be enforceable.
When victim had come to the fire station on her own and was being treated by firemen, her statements in response to firefighters’ questions were not “testimonial” under the Crawford Confrontation Clause rule.
Reverses twelve-year old’s conspiracy to commit murder conviction when counsel had only four days to prepare for waiver of juvenile jurisdiction hearing.