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Criminal Practice – Attempted Murder – Irrelevant Evidence – Co-Defendant’s Car – Constitutional – Self-Incrimination (access required)

The identity of defendant’s accomplice was not at issue, yet the trial court erroneously allowed the state to present evidence that, several months before the attack on the victim, the accomplice was stopped while driving a gold Cadillac, as corroboration of the victim’s testimony that the accomplice drove his gold Cadillac to the victim’s home ...

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