(Gila County Superior Court No. 97-675CR): Mr. A. and numerous co-defendants were charged with meeting the victim at a casino and then going back to his residence where they shot to death with a shotgun and robbed him. We were able to present numerous issues showing that Mr. A. did not know this crime was going to turn into a homicide. Additionally, the State’s physical evidence fell apart when they were attempting to match a footprint on a door to Mr. A. We eventually negotiated a plea agreement to Burglary with 3.5 years in prison. The shooter received 25 years to life.