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    Andrew Raymond Engram - Arkansas




    Facts of the Crime:

    Convicted and sentenced to death in the 1994 rape and murder of security guard Laurie White at a North Little Rock Mall. Sentenced to death in 1999.

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    December 17, 2004

    Arkansas Court Denies Condemned Killer's Appeal

    In a 4-3 decision, the Arkansas Supreme Court denied the appeal of condemned killer Andrew Raymond Engram, saying because he did not raise the issue of his retardation at trial, he cannot raise the issue on appeal. Engram was given a death sentence for his conviction of raping and killing security guard Laurie White at a North Little Rock Mall.

    http://crime.about.com/b/2004/12/17/...ers-appeal.htm

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    Personal Inmate Information
    DOB: 10/16/1954
    Race: Black
    Gender: Male


    Crime and Trial Information
    * County of conviction: Pulaski
    * Number of counts: One
    * Race of Victims: White
    * Gender of Victims: Female
    * Date of crime: 06/06/1997
    * Date of Sentencing: 01/29/1999


    Legal Status
    Current proceedings:
    Habeas petition pending in E.D. Ark.,
    currently held in abeyance pending
    exhaustion of Atkins claim


    Attorney
    Bruce Eddy
    Dale Adams
    Julie Brain
    Scott Braden


    Court Opinions
    Engram v. State, 15 S.W.3d 678 (Ark. 2000), cert. denied, 531 U.S. 1081 (2001); Engram v.State, 200 S.W.3d 367 (Ark. 2004) (denying motion to recall the mandate), cert. denied, 545 U.S. 1142 (2005);


    Legal Issues
    On motion to recall the mandate:
    (1) whether defendant was entitled to have mandate affirming death sentence recalled based on subsequent issuance by United States Supreme Court of decision in Atkins v. Virginia, when issue was not raised at trial
    (2) whether defendant was entitled to leave to file belated petition for postconviction relief, when appointed counsel did not file a PCR

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    ORDER finding that Petitioner's current proceeding in state court is unnecessarily delaying the resolution of his habeas petition and that this case should be reopened immediately; Petitioner has up to and including 15 days from the entry of this Order to file any objections to the Court's proposed course of action.

    Signed by Federal District Court Judge Susan Webber Wright on March 20, 2012.

    http://dockets.justia.com/docket/ark...cv00010/50759/

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    State's high court to hear arguments in death row case

    Arkansas' highest court is set to hear arguments in the case of a death row inmate convicted in the 1997 slaying of a security guard at a North Little Rock mall.

    The state Supreme Court will hear arguments Thursday in Conway in the case of Andrew Engram who was convicted of killing Laurie White.

    Engram's lawyers say he has an intellectual disability. They argue that Engram deserved a hearing about whether his waiver of an appeal was "knowing and intelligent."

    The state says Engram's case before the high court should be dismissed.

    The Arkansas Supreme Court usually hears oral arguments in Little Rock, but justices are hearing the argument in Conway this week to provide more Arkansans with a chance to see how the state's highest court works.

    http://www.arkansasonline.com/news/2...=news-arkansas
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    Court grants new hearing for death row inmate

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — An Arkansas prisoner who was condemned to die for the 1997 rape and murder of a mall security guard won a new hearing Thursday.

    The state Supreme Court ordered a new hearing for Andrew Engram because it said a lower court erred in dismissing his petition for post-conviction relief.

    “Under the facts and circumstances of this case, and considering the finality of punishment at issue, we hold that the circuit court erred in summarily dismissing Engram’s ... petition in the absence of a hearing and specific written findings on the issue of whether there exists good cause for the belated filing of the petition,” Associate Justice Donald Corbin wrote in the court’s opinion.

    A spokesman said the attorney general’s office respects the court’s decision. One of Engram’s lawyers, Julie Vandiver, declined to comment.

    During oral arguments on Oct. 10, Vandiver argued that one of Engram’s other attorneys “did a dismally poor job” and missed a deadline to file a petition that could have allowed them to argue that Engram’s trial lawyer wasn’t effective.

    “This court has repeatedly held that in death cases, a prisoner is entitled to one full and fair round of post-conviction” review, Vandiver said during arguments. “Mr. Engram was denied access to this important procedural safeguard.”

    But an attorney for the state said during arguments that the Arkansas Supreme Court should stick with a ruling from 2004, when the divided court rejected Engram’s plea to reopen his case.

    “Nine years ago, this court decided that (Engram) has no avenue for post-conviction relief in state court,” assistant attorney general Rachel Kemp said. “That is still the case today, and ... the court should stand by that decision.”

    A Pulaski County jury convicted Engram in 1999, and he was sentenced to death in the June 1997 rape and murder of Laurie White.

    White was attacked at night while working outside McCain Mall. Her body was found hanging in the Sears merchandise tent that she was guarding outside the mall, dead from strangulation and blunt trauma to her neck.

    The 26-year-old was unarmed and without a telephone, a radio, a backup guard or access to the store.

    It’s not clear when Engram’s new hearing will take place, so for now, the 59-year-old remains on death row.

    There aren’t any executions scheduled for Engram or the more than 35 death row inmates in Arkansas. Gov. Mike Beebe said earlier this year he doesn’t have any plans to change that.

    Nine death row inmates are challenging the constitutionality of Arkansas’ new lethal injection law, and the Department of Correction has said it plans to rewrite its lethal injection procedure to include a different drug or drugs.

    http://www.couriernews.com/view/full...ath-row-inmate

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    Judge sets hearing dates

    A convicted death row inmate appeared in Pulaski County's 7th Division Circuit Court Thursday to ask for hearings on a new trial.

    Andrew Engram, 60, was convicted in 1999 of killing 26 year old Laurie White, who worked at a North Little Rock mall. White was found dead in the mall parking lot.

    Engram's current attorneys argue that the defendant's defense at the time of the trial was not adequate.

    Previously, in 2004, attorneys for Engram argued before the Arkansas Supreme Court that he suffered from retardation. The high court ruled in a 4-3 decision that because the retardation defense was not brought up at trial, it could not be brought up on appeal.

    On Thursday, Judge Barry Sims set hearings for April 10, 11, 2014 to hear arguments in Engram's request for a new trial.

    http://www.katv.com/story/23908085/d...-for-new-trial
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    Apparently Engram has been resentenced to LWOP.

    http://adc.arkansas.gov/inmate_info/...572.20480.0000

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