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Supreme Court Courtroom, 200 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, access to the Courtroom will be limited to the Justices, limited Court personnel, and no more than two attorneys per arguing party. (Litigants and other interested parties are invited to view the argument by live webcast outside the Courtroom or remotely.)
Bradbury was charged with murder after his friend Robert Griffin shot and killed a two-year-old while firing at a rival. During the jury trial, Bradbury’s attorneys stipulated to the fact that Griffin had been convicted of murder and did not request a jury instruction on the lesser-included offense of reckless homicide. The jury convicted Bradbury of murder as an accomplice and the St. Joseph Superior Court denied Bradbury’s petition for post-conviction relief. The Court of Appeals reversed and remanded, finding ineffective assistance of counsel. Bradbury v. State, 160 N.E.3d 256 (Ind. Ct. App. 2020), trans. pending. The State has petitioned the Supreme Court to assume jurisdiction over the appeal.
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