Attorney s appearing for the Case E. Appellant Jimmy Maddox was convicted of rape in a Georgia state court and sentenced to life imprisonment.
Subscribe Jimmy Maddox, Plaintiff-appellant, v. Appellant Jimmy Maddox was convicted of rape in a Georgia state court and sentenced to life imprisonment. At the trial, appellant and the alleged victim, Kathy Elder, gave radically different accounts of the events in question.
Elder testified that on a number of occasions prior to the alleged rape, appellant had approached her purportedly seeking to sell her an insurance policy.
On the morning in question, while Elder was dressing her two sons, appellant appeared at her apartment and again asked whether she wanted the insurance. After explaining that she had discovered that she could get insurance at work, Elder went into the bedroom to retrieve coats for the boys.
Elder testified that appellant followed her into the room and forcibly raped her on the bed. Another witness for the prosecution, Debbie Phillips, testified that she had once taken out insurance with appellant, but had dropped it after he had come to her home on a Saturday night.
Appellant testified that he and Elder had had voluntary sexual relations on several occasions prior to the alleged rape and that Elder had consented to their sexual relations on the morning in question.
Having unsuccessfully pursued his direct appeal and the state post-conviction remedy, appellant filed a federal habeas corpus petition alleging prosecutorial suppression of exculpatory evidence in violation of the doctrine of Brady v. Appellant appeals the denial of habeas relief.
There are four types of situations in which the Brady doctrine applies: In order to prevail on a Brady claim, one must establish the materiality of the exculpatory information suppressed by the prosecution.
The applicable threshold of materiality, however, varies depending on the type of situation. Where, as here, the state failed to disclose substantive evidence favorable to the defendant for which there was no specific request, the standard set forth in United States v.
In Agurs, the Supreme Court stated that such a failure to disclose violates due process only "if the omitted evidence creates a reasonable doubt that did not otherwise exist.
Applying this standard requires an analysis of the evidence adduced at trial and of the probable impact of the undisclosed information.
In this context, we cannot merely consider the evidence in the light most favorable to the government but must instead evaluate all the evidence as it would bear on the deliberations of a factfinder. Similarly, the results of the police examination of the bedspread do not give rise to a reasonable doubt and again are immaterial under Agurs.
See Agurs, U. There this Court noted, " [i]f the suppressed evidence is purely impeaching evidence and no defense request has been made, the suppressed evidence is material only if its introduction probably would have resulted in acquittal.
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Montgomery Essay Sample Jimmy Maddox was sentenced to serve a life of imprisonment after he was convicted in a Georgia State court for charges of rape. Maddox filed for a federal Habeas corpus petition after being unsuccessful at a direct appeal for his charges.
Joseph Dye 04/03/ CJAD MADDOX V. MONTGOMERY United States Courts of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit F.2d (11th Cir. ) Facts: Jimmy Maddox was sentenced to serve a life of imprisonment after he was convicted in a Georgia State court for charges of rape.
Jimmy MADDOX, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. Charles MONTGOMERY, Warden, Georgia State Prison, Defendant-Appellee.