TERRY GILES v. STATE OF MISSOURI

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Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District.

TERRY E. GILES, Appellant, v. STATE OF MISSOURI, Respondent.

WD79306

Decided: February 28, 2017

Before Division Four: Mark D. Pfeiffer, Chief Judge Presiding, Thomas H. Newton, and Lisa White Hardwick, Judges Attorneys: S. Kate Webber, Kansas City, MO Counsel for Appellant Attorneys: Robert Bartholomew, Jr., Jefferson City, MO Counsel for Respondent

ORDER

Mr. Terry Giles was charged with and convicted of murder in the second degree and armed criminal action. On direct appeal, this Court affirmed the convictions and sentences. State v. Giles, 353 S.W.3d 474 (Mo. App. W.D. 2011). On post-conviction appeal, Mr. Giles asserts that trial counsel was ineffective in failing to present the testimony of Mr. Michael Simmons at a suppression of evidence hearing prior to trial.

For reasons stated in the memorandum provided to the parties, we affirm. Rule 84.16(b).

Per Curiam: