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Criminal Law: Burglary-Sufficiency of Evidence-Prosecutorial Misconduct

  Defendant was convicted of first-degree assault and first-degree burglary. On appeal, defendant argued that the burglary statute was facially ambiguous and that, resolving any ambiguity in his favor, the evidence was insufficient to support his conviction. Defendant further argued that the trial court erred by failing to sua sponte declare a mistrial after the prosecutor ...
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