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Criminal Practice – Murder – Weapon Possession – Jury Instruction – Self-Defense — Evidence – Gang Affiliation (access required)

State v. Jones The trial court charged the jury on self-defense, so the court did not err in refusing to instruct the jury that unlawful possession of a weapon does not necessarily preclude a finding that defendant acted in self-defense.

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