The state was also required to prove that mccool had twice been convicted of dui in the five years prior to the current dui charge misscode ann 63 11 302c the state introduced into evidence two sentencing orders in which mccool had been convicted of separate dui charges in the past five years. Important paras 4 mccool was convicted of third offense dui in violation of mississippi code annotated 63 11 30 rev 2004 therefore the state was required to prove the following elements beyond a reasonable doubt 1 that mccool was operating a motor vehicle 2 while under the influence of intoxicating liquor. Greer v state 673 nw2d 151 155 minn 2004 quotation omitted mccools first argument is that he is entitled to an in camera review of the cris identity in denying postconviction relief the postconviction court stated that mccool sought disclosure of the cris identity in pretrial motions see mccool 2014 wl 6608923 at 1 2 on . In the court of appeals of the state of oregon state of oregon plaintiff respondent v joel matthew mccool defendant appellant multnomah county circuit court 990130212 a114814 kimberly c frankel senior judge argued and submitted on october 25 2007 john e storkel argued the cause and filed the briefs for appellant
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