Condemned child killer Damien Echols has lost another round in his bid to avoid execution. The Arkansas Supreme Court today rejected Echols` arguments that he deserves a new trial because the lawyers who represented him were ineffective. In a unanimous decision, the court ruled that Echols former lawyer, Val Price of Jonesboro, did not have a conflict of interest. Price allowed a film crew from HBO to record a documentary featuring interviews from Echols during his trial in the deaths of three West Memphis boys. The court said Echols did not show any adverse effect that resulted from a contract that Echols agreed to as an 18-year-old. The court said that Echols` lawyers acted in Echols` interests and that his defense was aided, not impeded, by the film contract.