Bobby Moore faces a death sentence once again, despite a U.S. Supreme Court ruling in his favor and what prosecutors agree is an intellectual disability.
The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals wrongly evaluated Moore’s intellectual disability claim, the Supreme Court said last year.
But even under the more generous standard mandated by the nation’s high court, Moore still doesn’t win, Presiding Judge Sharon Keller wrote for the Lone Star State’s top criminal court.
Moore, who shot a victim’s head off in 1980, “failed to show adaptive deficits sufficient to support a diagnosis of intellectual disability,” Keller wrote. Judges Michael Keasler,...
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