The conviction of a man who robbed a jewelry store and shot and killed the clerk will stand.
Manuel Gardner walked into the National Jewelry Buyers store on Coors near Cottonwood in July 2013, stole $1,700, then shot and killed Richard Glass.
Gardner was convicted of first degree murder and sentenced to life in prison.
Gardner appealed claiming among other things, a witness perjured herself.
The Supreme Court ruled that testimony did not affect the outcome of the trial, so his life sentence stands.