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Criminal Practice – Constitutional – Due Process – Prosecutorial Misconduct – Witness Intimidation – No Prejudice (access required)

State v. Inman Even though the prosecutor intimidated a defense witness, since the witness testified anyway, and especially since the proceeding was before a judge instead of a jury, defendant has not shown that he was prejudiced by the prosecutorial misconduct. We affirm defendant’s sentence of death for murder and two consecutive 30-year sentences for first-degree burglary and first-degree criminal sexual conduct.

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