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Criminal Law: Lien Fraud-Sufficiency of Evidence-Intent

  Where a defendant challenged his conviction for lien fraud, the judgment is affirmed because the evidence was sufficient to show that the defendant acted with the requisite intent to defraud. Judgment is affirmed. State v. Byington (MLW No. 72910/Case No. ED105925 – 10 pages) (Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District, Robert G. Dowd Jr., J.) Appealed from ...

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