APPEAL FROM THE DISTRICT COURT OF TULSA COUNTY THE HONORABLE
WILLIAM D. LAFORTUNE, DISTRICT JUDGE.
JOHNSON GLEN BLAKE TULSA COUNTY PUBLIC DEFENDER'S OFFICE,
COUNSEL FOR DEFENDANT.
KUNZWEILER DISTRICT ATTORNEY ISAAC SHIELDS MARK MORGAN
ASSISTANT DISTRICT ATTORNEYS TULSA COUNTY COURTHOUSE, COUNSEL
FOR THE STATE.
RICHARD COUCH TULSA COUNTY PUBLIC DEFENDER'S OFFICE,
COUNSEL FOR APPELLANT.
HUNTER ATTORNEY GENERAL OF OKLAHOMA TESSA L. HENRY ASSISTANT
ATTORNEY GENERAL, COUNSEL FOR THE STATE.
LUMPKIN, PRESIDING JUDGE.
Appellant Glendell Dewayne Lee was tried by jury and
convicted of Shooting with Intent to Kill (Counts I and II)
(21 O.S.2011, § 652 (A)); Robbery with a Firearm (Count
III) (21 O.S.2011, § 801); and Possession of a Firearm
After Former Conviction of a Felony (Count IV) (21
O.S.Supp.2014, § 1283) in the District Court of Tulsa
County, Case No. CF-15-2282. The jury recommended as
punishment imprisonment for one hundred (100) years in each
of Counts I and II and for life in each of Counts III and IV.
The trial court sentenced accordingly, ordering the sentences
to run consecutively. It is from this judgment and sentence
that Appellant appeals.
Appellant raises the following propositions of error in
support of his appeal:
I. The trial court committed plain error by giving an
incomplete jury instruction on the 85% Rule.
II. Prosecutorial misconduct deprived Appellant of a fair
III. Appellant was deprived of the effective assistance of