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Whitmore stated that he tore out the labels from his suit and then left the suit behind a tree. Whitmore's attorneys decided against presenting Whitmore's mental evaluations to prove insanity, because the evaluations indicated that Whitmore did not lack "the capacity to understand the nature and the purpose of the punishment about to be imposed upon him," see Smith v. "[T]he decision not to present evidence at the penalty phase is well within the range of practical choices that are not to be second-guessed, as long as they are based on informed and reasoned judgment." Laws v.
The Arkansas Supreme Court affirmed his conviction and his sentence on direct appeal, Whitmore v. Whitmore testified that he stopped because he wanted to pull off the road and go into a wooded area to discard his bloody clothing. Whitmore argues that counsel were ineffective at the penalty phase for failing to introduce evidence of his psychiatric disorder and insanity. In addition, his lawyers arranged to have Whitmore examined at the state hospital and by an independent, privately-retained psychologist as well. at 377.)The district court found that the lawyers chose not to introduce evidence of any of the mental examinations for appropriate tactical reasons. Such cross-examination could have alienated the jury against his client.
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