Attorneys for Appellant                    Attorneys for Appellee
Gregory Bowes                            Steve Carter
Indianapolis, Indiana                        Attorney General of Indiana

                                Richard C. Webster
                                Deputy Attorney General
                                Indianapolis, Indiana

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In the
Indiana Supreme Court
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No. 49S02-0202-CR-153


Ronnie Holden,
                                Appellant (Defendant below),

v.


State of Indiana,
                                Appellee (Plaintiff below).
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Appeal from the Marion Superior Court, No. 49G01-0006-CF-046689
The Honorable Tanya Walton Pratt, Judge
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ON PETITION FOR REHEARING
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December 3, 2003



Rucker, Justice.

    Ronnie Holden seeks rehearing of our opinion in which we declared that Article I, Section 19 of the Indiana Constitution does not amount to a constitutionally permissible form of jury nullification. Holden v. State, 788 N.E.2d 1253 (Ind. 2003). Among other things Holden complains that we failed to address several issues raised before and decided by the Court of Appeals, whose Memorandum Decision was vacated once transfer was granted. Holden is correct. We therefore grant rehearing to summarily affirm the decision of the Court of Appeals on all issues except those addressed in our initial opinion. See Ind. Appellate Rule 58(A)(2). In all other respects the petition for rehearing is denied.

SHEPARD, C.J., and DICKSON, SULLIVAN and BOEHM, JJ., concur.