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Criminal Law: First-Degree Assault-Sufficiency of Evidence-Identification

Where a defendant challenged her conviction in a first-degree assault case, arguing that the state did not identify her as the shooter, the victim’s testimony, ample circumstantial evidence and reasonable inferences were available from which a jury could conclude that the defendant shot the victim, so the evidence was sufficient to connect the defendant to ...