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Court of Appeals applies transferred intent to attempted murder (access required)

South Carolina courts typically have applied the doctrine of transferred intent to murder cases in which a bystander, rather than the intended victim, was killed. Under the doctrine, the intent to murder travels with the bullet and transfers to whomever it strikes. But what happens when the bullet doesn’t hit anyone? The state Court of Appeals answered ...

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