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Kent's Criminal Appeal for Garage Burglary

IN PRINTED LAW BOOKS
West's North Western Reporter
Second Series
A Unit of the National Reporter System
Volume 696 N.W.2d 20,22 (Iowa 2005)

cited BY 06-1812 State v. CARROLL (Iowa 2007)
cited BY 08-0460 State v. Berry (Iowa 2009)

Kent's Appeal

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http://www.doc.state.ia.us/InmateInfo.asp?OffenderCd=1155768

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Notice that KENT made claims re sale of 202 NW College apartment
building
That's geoparcel gp=802415452029

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( Step by step instructions elsewhere with name Kent B Wills )

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Boarding Pass forgery

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http://www.doc.state.ia.us/InmateInfo.asp?OffenderCd=1155768

IN PRINTED LAW BOOKS
West's North Western Reporter
Second Series
A Unit of the National Reporter System
Volume 696 N.W.2d 20,22 (Iowa 2005)

cited BY 06-1812 State v. CARROLL (Iowa 2007)
cited BY 08-0460 State v. Berry (Iowa 2009)

SUMMARY

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A Home’s Attached Garage Can Be an Occupied Structure

State v. Wills, _____ N.W.2d _____ (Iowa 2005)(No. 31/04-0202)
Kent Bradley Wills argued that his trial attorney was ineffective
because of a failure to move for acquittal and to object to a jury
instruction. Wills argued an attached garage of a residence is a
separate occupied structure from the living quarters of the residence,
and the state failed to prove an element of a burglary charge against
him.

The Supreme Court, Wiggins, J., rejects Wills’ argument. The Court
notes the garage at the home involved in the incident was separated
from the living quarters by a door. The garage is a functional part of
the residence. The garage and living quarters are a single structure.
Under Iowa law (section 702.12, Iowa Code) the residence including the
garage is a single “occupied structure”. The Court writes, “Wills’
claim is without merit. . . . [T]he residence is the one and only
‘occupied structure’ under the facts of this case. Had Wills’ trial
counsel made this objection . . . , it would have been overruled.
Therefore, Wills’ trial counsel is not ineffective for failing to move
for a judgment of acquittal or object to the instruction because there
was no legal basis for the motion or objection.” The district court
decision denying Wills’ ineffective counsel motion is affirmed.

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1. State v. Wills, No. 31 / 04-0202 , SUPREME COURT OF IOWA, May 6,
2005, Filed

OVERVIEW: Defendant's conviction for burglary under Iowa Code §
713.5(2) (2003) was affirmed as where defendant entered a garage that
was only separated from the living quarters by a door, the living
quarters including the garage were a single "occupied structure" under
Iowa Code § 702.12.

Kent's Appeal

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IN THE SUPREME COURT OF IOWA
No. 31 / 04-0202
Filed May 6, 2005