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Criminal Practice  – Jury Instructions – Reasonable Doubt – Search & Seizure – Reasonable Suspicion – Confidential Informant (access required)

  We improvidently granted defendant’s petition for a writ of certiorari to review the Court of Appeals’ decision (Even though the trial court instructed the jury that reasonable doubt “is doubt which makes an honest, sincere, conscientious juror in search of the truth hesitate to act,” the court also said, “The Defendant is not required to prove his ...

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