State v. Mann
In State v. Mann, 205 W.Va. 303, 518 S.E.2d 60 (1999), the defendant was charged with aggravated robbery.
At trial, the defendant testified and denied his involvement in the robbery. The jury found the defendant guilty and the trial court sentenced him to thirty years' imprisonment.
On appeal, the Court ruled that the sentence was not disproportionate to the crime and explained that the defendant "has refused to express any remorse for his crime." Mann, 205 W.Va. at 316, 518 S.E.2d at 73.