We criticized the use of these factors both because they had no grounding in prevailing medical practice, and because they invited “lay perceptions of intellectual dis-ability” and “lay stereotypes” to guide assessment of intellectual disability. And extricating that analysis from the opinion leaves too little that might warrant reaching a different conclusion than did the trial court. Three Members of this Court dissented from the major-ity’s treatment of Moore’s intellectual functioning and with aspects of its adaptive-functioning analysis, but all agreed about the impropriety of the Briseno factors. (citations omitted). by Daniel Bornt (completed Aug. 22, 2011) Moore’s Theory of Transactional Distance has a direct bearing on e-learning. It concluded that Moore has command of elementary math, but its examples concern trips to the prison commissary, commissary purchases, and the like. Ex parte Reed, 271 S. W. 3d 698, 727 (2008). Id., at 565. See AAIDD–11, at 44 (noting that how a person “follows rules” and “obeys laws” can bear on assessment of her social skills). Id., at ___–___ (slip op., at 3–4) (citing American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, Intellectual Disability: Definition, Classification, and Systems of Supports (11th ed. At the outset of our opinion, we recognized as valid the three underlying legal criteria that both the trial court and appeals court had applied. 2760 Osborn, Ste 1 Bryan, Tx 77803 Phone: (979) 774-9200 Email: sales@mooremilitaria.com CAGE: 5PWP2 NAICS: 454111 DUNS: 039301697 Moore succeeds Anthony Mallows, who has led the firm with distinction since 2017. To make a finding of intellectual disability, a court must see: (1) deficits in intellectual functioning—primarily a test-related criterion, see DSM–5, at 37; (2) adaptive deficits, “assessed using both clinical evaluation and individualized . Reversing that decision, the appeals court held that Moore had “not proven by a preponderance of the evidence” that he possessed the requisite adaptive deficits, and thus was eligible for the death penalty. The Court’s decision, instead, to issue a summary reversal belies our role as “a court of review, not of first view.” Cutter v. Wilkinson, Crim. That evidence is relevant, but it lacks convincing strength without a determination about whether Moore wrote the papers on his own, a finding that the court of appeals declined to make. Moore's law is an observation and projection of a historical trend. The court of appeals found that Moore “responded rationally and coherently to questions.” Ex parte Moore II, 548 S. W. 3d, at 564. But there was significant disagreement between the state courts about whether Moore had the adaptive deficits needed for intellectual disability. Id., at 559–560. We disagreed with the appeals court’s adaptive-functioning analysis, however, and identified at least five errors. to Pet. The petition for certiorari is granted. For another thing, the court of appeals relied heavily upon adaptive improvements made in prison. It is the third form of interactio n, a new dimension of distance educatio n, that will be a challenge to our . It is based on a 1965 prediction by Gordon Moore, co-founder of Intel, that the number of transistors in a processor doubles every year. For one thing, the court of appeals again relied less upon the adaptive deficits to which the trial court had  referred than upon Moore’s apparent adaptive strengths. Ex parte Moore II, 548 S. W. 3d, at 555. And, as we have said, it reached the same conclusion it had before. While our decisions in “Atkins and Hall left to the States ‘the task of developing appropriate ways to enforce’ the restriction on executing the intellectually disabled,” 581 U. S., at ___ (slip op., at 9) (quoting Hall, 572 U. S., at 719), a court’s intellectual disability determination “must be ‘informed by the medical community’s diagnostic framework,’ ” 581 U. S., at ___ (slip op., at 9) (quoting Hall, 572 U. S., at 721). 2004). Id., at 562. The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals reversed that determination, Ex parte Moore I, 470 S.W.3d 481, and we reviewed its decision, Moore, 581 U. S. ___. At 13, Moore lacked basic understanding of the days of the week, the months of the year, and the seasons; he could scarcely tell time or comprehend the standards of measure or the basic principle that subtraction is the reverse of addition. This left “the line between the permissible—consideration, maybe even emphasis—and the forbidden—‘overemphasis’—. Crim. 309a. Moore v. Texas, 581 U. S. ___, ___–___ (2017) (slip op., at 10–11). But the trial court heard, among other things, evidence that in school Moore was made to draw pictures when other children were reading, and that by sixth grade Moore struggled to read at a second-grade level. With respect to the third criterion, we found general agreement that any onset took place when Moore was a minor. The following are illustrative examples. than upon Moore’s apparent adaptive strengths,” ante, at 6–7, and for “rel[ying] heavily upon adaptive improvements made in prison,” ante, at 8. The failure criterion of plastic concrete under true tri-axial compression was put forward. (As in our last opinion, we neither second nor second-guess that judgment.) The appeals court’s discussion of Moore’s “[c]ommunication [s]kills” does not discuss the evidence relied upon by the trial court. to Pet. But there was significant disagreement between the state courts about whether Moore had the adaptive deficits needed for intellectual disability. Fifth, the appeals court directed state courts, when examining adaptive deficits, to rely upon certain factors set forth in a Texas case called Ex parte Briseno, 135 S.W.3d 1 (Tex. The Briseno factors were: whether “those who knew the person best during the developmental stage” thought of him as “mentally retarded”; whether he could “formulat[e] plans” and “car[ry] them through”; whether his conduct showed “leadership”; whether he showed a “rational and appropriate” “response to external stimuli”; whether he could answer questions “coherently” and “rationally”; whether he could “hide facts or lie effectively”; and whether the commission of his offense required “forethought, planning, and complex execution of purpose.” 135 S. W. 3d, at 8–9. Second, the appeals court “stressed Moore’s improved behavior in prison.” Id., at ___ (slip op., at 13). . Without the ability to distend district lines so as to include or exclude blocks of voters whose political loyalties are known, it is not practically possible to gerrymander. Brief for APA et al. to Pet. Cast out of his home, he survived on the streets, eating from trash cans, even after two bouts of food poisoning.” Ibid. Such a failure would be understandable given the “lack of guidance [Moore] offers to States seeking to enforce the holding of Atkins.” Moore, 581 U. S., at ___ (Roberts, C. J., dissenting) (slip op., at 10). that he is led around by others.” 135 S. W. 3d, at 8. Justice Alito, with whom Justice Thomas and Justice Gorsuch join, dissenting. 536 U.S. 304 (2002). J.) Moore is the first CEO from WATG to be based in Asia Pacific, a region he pioneered for the firm in the 1990s. Ex parte Moore II, 548 S. W. 3d, at 566–569. For one thing, the court of appeals again relied less upon the adaptive deficits to which the trial court had referred than upon Moore’s apparent adaptive strengths. 1 Eliza Griswold braves out scenes difficult to see, difficult to have seen—the poems don’t have suspensions so much as conclusions of disbelief. While our decisions in “Atkins and Hall left to the States ‘the task of developing appropriate ways to enforce’ the restriction on executing the intellectually disabled,” 581 U. S., at ___ (slip op., at 9) (quoting Hall, 572 U. S., at 719), a court’s intellectual disability determination “must be ‘informed by the medical community’s diagnostic framework,’ ” 581 U. S., at ___ (slip op., at 9) (quoting Hall, 572 U. S., at 721). The length and detail of the court’s discussion on these points is difficult to square with our caution against relying on prison-based development. Ex parte Moore, 548 S. W. 3d 552, 573 (Tex. . The court said that, in doing so, it would “abandon reliance on theBriseno evi… App. Ex parte Moore, 548 S.W.3d 552, 555 (2018). 572 U.S. 701, 704 (2014)). The court again noted the three basic criteria: intellectual-functioning deficits, adaptive deficits, and early onset. (citations omitted). App. The appeals court subsequently reconsidered the matter but reached the same conclusion. Motion for Leave to Intervene as a Respondent. The different parts of a city’s transportation system need to be connected to the cloud: traffic lights, cars, buses, trains, bikes, people, maps, and even roads. The court said that, in doing so, it would “abandon reliance on the Briseno evidentiary factors.” Id., at 560. . . T he devastating poems in If Men, Then approach their subjects at a cautious angle. The appeals court reconsidered but reached the same conclusion in 2018. A Criterion release of Fahrenheit 9/11 might go well to partner with the recent 11/9 film, in that the American electorate should be reminded of the disastrous Bush era and how Trump has been no better, or even worse. For example, the majority faults  the Court of Criminal Appeals for “rel[ying] less upon the adaptive deficits . Moore, 581 U. S., at ___ (slip op., at 15). The American Psychological Association (APA), American Bar Association (ABA), and various individuals have also filed amicus curiae briefs supporting the position of Moore and the prosecutor. . . To be sure, the court of appeals opinion is not identical to the opinion we considered in Moore. We previously considered the lawfulness of that determination, vacated the appeals court’s decision, and remanded the case for further consideration of the issue. It still does. to Pet. With respect to the third criterion, we found general agreement that any onset took place when Moore was a minor. 2. Two years ago, this Court vacated a judgment of the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals holding that Bobby James Moore was not intellectually disabled and was therefore eligible for the death penalty. But in Texas habeas proceedings, the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals is “the ultimate factfinder” and has authority to accept, alter, or reject the “recommendation” of the habeas court. The judgment of the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals is reversed, and the case is remanded for further proceedings not inconsistent with this opinion. Id., at ___, n. 3 (slip op., at 4, n. 3). We conclude that the appeals court’s opinion, when taken as a whole and when read in the light both of our prior opinion and the trial court record, rests upon analysis too much of which too closely resembles what we previously found improper. The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals reversed that determination, Ex parte Moore I, 470 S. W. 3d 481, and we reviewed its decision, Moore, 581 U. S. ___. (slip op., at 1). If the Court is convinced that the Court of Criminal Appeals made a legal error, it should vacate the judgment below, pronounce the standard that we failed to provide in Moore, and remand for the state court to apply that standard. I don't know how it … Crim. 2004), and again emphasized Moore’s adaptive strengths rather than his deficits. Crim. Similarly, the court of appeals stressed Moore’s “coherent” testimony in various proceedings, but acknowledged that Moore had “a lawyer to coach him” in all but one. After failing every subject in the ninth grade, Moore dropped out of high school ... survived on the streets, eating from trash cans.” The court of appeal employed the correct legal criteria, examining: deficits in intellectual functioning—primarily a test-related criterion; adaptive deficits, “assessed using both clinical evaluation and individualized . Id., at 570–571, and n. 149. See Moore, 581 U. S., at ___ (slip op., at 12) (criticizing the appeals court’s “overemphas[is]” upon Moore’s “perceived adaptive strengths”); supra, at 3. I would deny the petition for a writ of certiorari. But “[c]linicians . Based on the evidence before it, the trial court found that “Moore’s performance fell roughly two standard deviations below the mean in all three skill categories.” 581 U. S., at ___ (slip op., at 4); see App. Such a failure would be understandable given the “lack of guidance [Moore] offers to States seeking to enforce the holding of Atkins.” Moore, 581 U. S., at ___ (Roberts, C. J., dissenting) (slip op., at 10). It concluded that Moore has command of elementary math, but its examples concern trips to the prison commissary, commissary purchases, and the like. Thus, Briseno asked whether the “offense require[d] forethought, planning, and complex execution of purpose.” 135 S. W. 3d, at 9. Rather, the court dismissed the possibility of outside help: Even if other inmates “composed” these papers, it said, Moore’s “ability to copy such documents by hand” was “within the realm of only a few intellectually disabled people.” Id., at 565. At the outset of our opinion, we recognized as valid the three underlying legal criteria that both the trial court and appeals court had applied. This can include detailed specifications and scoring systems such as a decision matrix.Alternatively, a decision criterion can be a rule of thumb designed for flexibility. The Court’s foray into factfinding is an unsound departure from our usual practice. That evidence is relevant, but it lacks convincing strength without a determination about whether Moore wrote the papers on his own, a finding that the court of appeals declined to make. But “in the medical community,” those “traumatic experiences” are considered “ ‘risk factors’ for intellectual disability.” Ibid. childhood abuse[,] and suffering  . The judgment of the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals is reversed, and the case is remanded for further proceedings not inconsistent with this opinion. not only thin, but totally undefined . The court said that, in doing so, it would “abandon reliance on the Briseno evidentiary factors.” Id., at 560. 289a–290a. Id., at ___–___ (slip op., at 3–4) (citing American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, Intellectual Disability: Definition, Classification, and Systems of Supports (11th ed. We have found in its opinion too many instances in which, with small variations, it repeats the analysis we previously found wanting, and these same parts are critical to its ultimate conclusion. The film was mired in controversy, drawing criticisms from proponents of then-president George W. Bush. . (quoting DSM–5, at 38). Moore’s father, teachers, and peers called him ‘stupid’ for his slow reading and speech. childhood abuse[,] and suffering  . Justia Annotations is a forum for attorneys to summarize, comment on, and analyze case law published on our site. The appeals court subsequently reconsidered the matter but reached the same conclusion. As for that pro se hearing, the court observed that Moore read letters into the record “without any apparent difficulty.” Ibid. . The third device in Sello’s 1967 photograph is a Fairchild μLogic Type R, a D-type flip-flop that presents an additional mystery relating to the graph in Gordon Moore’s 1965 article. 2010) (AAIDD–11); American Psychiatric Association, Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (5th ed. While the Court divided on the appropriate disposition, both the majority and the dissent agreed that the Court of Criminal Appeals should have assessed Moore’s claim of intellectual disability under contemporary standards rather than applying the outdated evidentiary factors laid out in Ex parte Briseno, 135 S.W.3d 1, 8 (Tex. Consequently, we disagree with the habeas court’s conclusion that Applicant has demonstrated intellectual disability, and we deny relief.". ; and (3) the onset of these deficits while the defendant was still a minor, id., at 38. Moore's Law refers to Moore's perception that the number of transistors on a microchip doubles every two years, though the cost of computers is halved. There were some interviews and lunches, it seems, but from about 2001 her mind was anyway clouding fast and in the last few years her speech also became impaired. Finally, despite the court of appeals’ statement that it would “abandon reliance on the Briseno evidentiary factors,” Ex parte Moore II, 548 S. W. 3d, at 560, it seems to have used many of those factors in reaching its conclusion. 2010) (AAIDD–11); American Psychiatric Association, Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (5th ed. . The petition for certiorari is granted. We previously considered the lawfulness of that determination, vacated the appeals court’s decision, and remanded the case for further consideration of the issue. The Criterion Collection is a video distribution company which specializes in licensing and selling "important classic and contemporary films" in "editions that offer the highest technical quality and award-winning, original supplements." One of the main themes of Bowling For Columbine is gun control, which is still a hot-button topic today. That evidence includes the young Moore’s inability to understand and answer family members, even a failure on occasion to respond to his own name. Having concluded that the Court of Criminal Appeals failed to apply the standard allegedly set out in Moore, the Court today takes it upon itself to correct these factual findings and reverse the judgment.1* This is not our role. In this third volume, at least, Moore, as far as I can see, makes no use of anything that she told him, so we presume she was uncooperative. The length and detail of the court’s discussion on these points is difficult to square with our caution against relying on prison-based development. With respect to the third criterion, we found general agreement that any onset took place when Moore was a minor. Thoroughly recommended. for Cert. Further, the court of appeals concluded that Moore failed to show that the “cause of [his] deficient social behavior was related to any deficits in general mental abilities” rather than “emotional problems.” Id., at 570. That did not pass muster under this Court’s analysis last time. “But the medical community,” we said, “focuses the adaptive-functioning inquiry on adaptive deficits.” Ibid. 290a, 295a. as Amici Curiae in Moore v. Texas, O. T. 2016, No. The court of appeals wrote that Moore’s “refus[al] to mop up some spilled oatmeal” (and other such behavior) showed that he “influences others and stands up to authority.” Ex parte Moore II, 548 S. W. 3d, at 570–571. In this habeas proceeding, Applicant Bobby Moore sought to be exempted from the death penalty on the ground that he was intellectually disabled. Id., at 562. Id., at 570–571, and n. 149. On remand, the court re- peated the same errors that this Court previously condemned—if not quite in haec verba, certainly in substance. Ex parte Moore II, 548 S. W. 3d, at 565–566. It still doesn’t. It still does. The Attorney General of Texas’ motion to intervene is denied; we have considered that filing as an amicus brief. Ex parte Moore I, 470 S. W. 3d, at 520. Emphasizing the Briseno factors over clinical factors, we said, “ ‘creat[es] an unacceptable risk that persons with intellectual disability will be executed.’ ” 581 U. S., at ___ (slip op., at 14) (quoting Hall v. Florida, is ‘not evidence that a person does not also have intellectual disability.’ ” 581 U. S., at ___ (slip op., at 14) (quoting Brief for American Psychological Association et al. See Moore, 581 U. S., at ___ (slip op., at 12) (criticizing the appeals court’s “overemphas[is]” upon Moore’s “perceived adaptive strengths”); supra, at 3. as Amici Curiae 8 (“[I]t is estimated that between nine and forty percent of persons with in-tellectual disability have some form of paid employment”). But there are also sentences here and there suggesting reliance upon what we earlier called “lay stereotypes of the intellectually disabled.” Id., at ___ (slip op., at 15). I would deny the petition for a writ of certiorari. Of course, clinicians also ask questions to which the court of appeals’ statements might be relevant. App. . Ex parte Moore I, 470 S. W. 3d, at 486, 489. (slip op., at 1). Id., at 559–560. We have found in its opinion too many instances in which, with small variations, it repeats the analysis we previously found wanting, and these same parts are critical to its ultimate conclusion. . And, as we have said, it reached the same conclusion it had before. It determined that Moore had shown leadership ability in prison by refusing, on occasion, “to mop up some spilled oat- meal,” shave, get a haircut, or sit down. First, the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals “overemphasized Moore’s perceived adaptive strengths.” Moore, 581 U. S., at ___ (slip op., at 12). To make a finding of intellectual disability, a court must see: (1) deficits in intellectual functioning—primarily a test-related criterion, see DSM–5, at 37; (2) adaptive deficits, “assessed using both clinical evaluation and individualized . But the similarity of language and content between Briseno’s factors and the court of appeals’ statements suggests that Briseno continues to “pervasively infec[t] the [the appeals courts’] analysis.” Moore, 581 U. S., at ___ (slip op., at 18). The Attorney General of Texas, however, has filed a motion for leave to intervene, and asks us to deny Moore’s petition. The habeas court agreed with Moore, citing what it considered to be the contemporary standards for an intellectual disability diagnosis. 310a–311a. Having dispatched that criterion, I turn my attention to ... Third, most political scientists would agree that the set of statements must have falsifiable implications. to Pet. Michael Moore United States, 2002 839 Boyhood Richard Linklater United States, 2014 38 Branded to Kill Seijun Suzuki Japan, 1967 440 Brand upon the Brain! In this most immodest of immodest times, Griswold is careful not to say too much. The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals disagreed with the habeas court for a variety of reasons falling within two overarching categories: (1) because the habeas court failed to follow standards set out in Texas caselaw, and (2) because the habeas court failed to consider, or unreasonably disregarded, “a vast array of evidence in this lengthy record that cannot rationally be squared with a finding of intellectual disability.” The U.S. Supreme Court vacated the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals' decision, concluding that some of the standards in Texas caselaw did not comport with the Eighth Amendment’s requirements regarding an intellectual disability determination. App. This trend has continued for more than half a century. Moore, 581  U. S., at ___–___ (slip op., at 10–12). Ex parte Moore II, 548 S. W. 3d, at 555. But in Moore, we said only that a court ought not “overemphasiz[e]” adaptive strengths or place too much “stres[s]” on improved behavior in prison. Crim. Guy Maddin Canada, 2006 51 Brazil Terry Gilliam United Kingdom, 1985 203 The BRD Trilogy 773 Breaker Morant Bruce Beresford Australia, 1980 905 But the trial court heard, among other things, evidence that in school Moore was made to draw pictures when other children were reading, and that by sixth grade Moore struggled to read at a second-grade level. He asks us to reverse the appeals court’s contrary holding. . for Cert. This recognition has led to the urgent need for practical guidance regarding prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of VTE. Id., at ___, n. 3 (slip op., at 4, n. 3). 268 U.S. 220, 227 (1925); see also Salazar-Limon v. Houston, 581 U. S. ___, ___ (2017) (Alito, J., concurring in denial of certiorari) (slip op., at 2) (“[W]e rarely grant review where the thrust of the claim is that a lower court simply erred in applying a settled rule of law to the facts of a particular case”). “We do not grant a certiorari to review evidence and discuss specific facts.” United States v. Johnston, We defined metabolic syndrome as the … Id., at 564, and n. 95. For example, the majority faults the Court of Criminal Appeals for “rel[ying] less upon the adaptive deficits . The prosecutor, the district attorney of Harris County, “agrees with the petitioner that he is intellectually disabled and cannot be executed.” Brief in Opposition 9. .” Moore, 581 U. S., at ___ (Roberts, C. J., dissenting) (slip op., at 11). But clinicians recognize that the “existence of a personality disorder or mental-health issue . (quoting AAIDD–11, at 59–60). Decision criteria are principles, guidelines or requirements that are used to make a decision. Crim. On remand, the Court of Criminal Appeals adopted the leading contemporary clinical standards for assessing intellectual disability, applied those standards to the record, and once again determined that Moore is eligible for the death penalty. as Amici Curiae; Brief for ABA as Amicus Curiae; Brief for Donald B. Ayer et al. caution against reliance on adaptive strengths developed ‘in a controlled setting,’ as a prison surely is.” Ibid. . But “[c]linicians . I therefore respectfully dissent. Thus, Briseno  asked whether the “offense require[d] forethought, planning, and complex execution of purpose.” 135 S. W. 3d, at 9. The others look interesting and will at least get a rental but the best part of this is future Criterion releases in hi-def. On remand the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals reconsidered the appeal and reached the same basic conclusion, namely, that Moore had not demonstrated intellectual disability. Indeed, each of the errors that the majority ascribes to the state court’s decision is traceable to Moore’s failure to provide a clear rule. Today, the Court reverses that most recent decision, holding that the Court of Criminal Appeals failed to follow our decision in Moore. as Amici Curiae 8 (“[I]t is estimated that between nine and forty percent of persons with in-tellectual disability have some form of paid employment”). Ex parte Moore, 470 S. W. 3d 481, 527–528 (Ex parte Moore I). Moore’s father, teachers, and peers called him ‘stupid’ for his slow reading and speech. 544 U.S. 709, 718, n. 7 (2005). as Amici Curiae in No. The Attorney General of Texas’ motion to intervene is denied; we have considered that filing as an amicus brief. For the reasons we have described, the Court set aside the judgment of the appeals court and remanded the case “for further proceedings not inconsistent with this opinion.” Id., at ___ (slip op., at 18). When this case was before us two years ago, I wrote in dissent that the majority’s articulation of how courts should enforce the requirements of Atkins v. Virginia, 536 U. S. 304 (2002), lacked clarity. not only thin, but totally undefined . for Cert. for Cert. Compare Ex parte Moore II, 548 S. W. 3d, at 570–571 (finding evidence that Moore “had a girlfriend” and a job as tending to show he lacks intellec tual disability), with AAIDD–11, at 151 (criticizing the “incorrect stereotypes” that persons with intellectual disability “never have friends, jobs, spouses, or children”), and Brief for APA et al. But clinicians recognize that the “existence of a personality disorder or mental-health issue . It determined that Moore had shown leadership ability in prison by refusing, on occasion, “to mop up some spilled oat- meal,” shave, get a haircut, or sit down. . After reviewing the trial court record and the court of appeals’ opinion, we agree with Moore that the appeals court’s determination is inconsistent with our opinion in Moore. The court of appeals found that Moore “responded rationally and coherently to questions.” Ex parte Moore II, 548 S. W. 3d, at 564. App. Pet. There are sentences here and there suggesting other modes of analysis consistent with what we said. 2018) (Ex parte Moore II). I certainly would not summarily reverse and make our own finding of fact without even giving the State the opportunity to brief and argue the question. That evidence includes the young Moore’s inability to understand and answer family members, even a failure on occasion to respond to his own name. Id., at 565. for Cert. * The Court excuses its usurpation of the factfinding role by contrasting the conclusions of “the trial court,”, Concurrence (Roberts), Dissent (Alito). Briseno asked whether the defendant could “respond coherently, rationally, and on point to oral and written questions.” 135 S. W. 3d, at 8. In 2015, the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals held that Moore did not have an intellectual disability and was eligible for the death penalty. It would instead use “ ‘current medical diagnostic standards’ ” set forth in the American Psychiatric Association’s DSM–5. But there are also sentences here and there suggesting reliance upon what we earlier called “lay stereotypes of the intellectually disabled.” Id., at ___ (slip op., at 15). for Cert. For those reasons, I join the Court’s opinion reversing the judgment below. Motion for Leave to Intervene as a Respondent. Often, he was separated from the rest of the class and told to draw pictures. On remand, the court re- peated the same errors that this Court previously condemned—if not quite in haec verba, certainly in substance. See supra, at 4 (detailing those factors). The court of appeals wrote that Moore’s crime required “a level of planning and forethought.” Ex parte Moore II, 548 S. W. 3d, at 572, 603 (observing that Moore “w[ore] a wig, conceal[ed] the weapon, and fle[d]” after the crime). With respect to the first criterion, we wrote that Moore’s intellectual testing indicated his was a borderline case, but that he had demonstrated sufficient intellectual-functioning deficits to require consideration of the second criterion—adaptive functioning. After failing every subject in the ninth grade, Moore dropped out of high school. We again review its decision, and we reverse its determination. Moore v. Texas, 581 U. S. ___ (2017). . 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