SUBMITTED: November 19, 2014
RICHARD F. STOKES JUDGE
Dear Mr. Kinzer
Defendant Warren Kinzer ("defendant") filed a motion for postconviction relief on August 13, 2014, pursuant to Superior Court Criminal Rule 61 ("Rule 61"). This is my decision denying the motion.
In April, 2013, defendant was arrested on a count of continuous sexual abuse of a child and 21 counts of sexual abuse of a child by a person of trust in the second degree.
On November 8, 2013, defendant entered into a guilty plea to the charge of continuous sexual abuse of a child and one count of sexual abuse of a child by a person of trust in the second degree.
By signing the Truth-in-Sentencing Form ("TIS Form"), defendant affirmed the following facts:
*He was freely and voluntarily pleading guilty;
*He was not threatened or forced into pleading guilty;
*He had not been promised anything that was not stated in his written plea agreement;
*He understood he was waiving his Constitutional trial rights;
*He understood the potential prison sentence;
*He was satisfied with his trial counsel's representation of him;
*He understood all of the information contained in the forms; and
*His answers were truthful.
Defendant confirmed all of these facts during the guilty plea colloquy. Specifically, he ...