Kansas v. Stevenson, 298 P.3d 303 (Kan. Sup. Ct. 2013)

(defendant convicted of first degree murder in his father’s death arising from crushing father's head by hydraulic truck bed in battle concerning control over family farm and funds in family trust; defendant claims error entered in trial; prosecutor’s use of "Wheel of Fortune" analogy in discussing reasonable doubt scuffed the line of misconduct but did not cross it and was not improper misstatement of law; requested jury instruction on reasonable doubt expanded from model instruction not legally appropriate; jury instruction informing jury that their job was limited to choosing guilty or innocent not improper; verdict affirmed).