Naylor v. Mississippi

Jerry McGill saw someone in Bobby Brewer's Volvo and called police. McGill pursued the man on foot, later identified as Charles Naylor. Naylor had in his possession Brewer’s global positioning system (GPS) and an insurance card that bore Brewer’s name. He was convicted of burglary of an automobile and was sentenced, as an habitual offender pursuant to Mississippi Code Section 99-19-81 (Rev. 2015), to seven years’ imprisonment without parole. On appeal, Naylor claimed the evidence was insufficient to support his conviction. Finding no merit in Naylor’s claim on appeal, the Mississippi Supreme Court affirmed. View "Naylor v. Mississippi" on Justia Law