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Criminal Law: Jury Instructions-Sudden Passion-Closing Arguments

  (1)Where defendant challenged his convictions for first-degree and second-degree murder, the trial court erred by refusing to submit a proposed instruction that instructed on the lesser-included offenses of second-degree murder and involuntary manslaughter because there was sufficient evidence from which a jury could find that the defendant acted out of sudden passion that arose from ...
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