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Criminal Law: False Imprisonment-Lesser-Included Offense

Where a defendant challenged his conviction for felonious restraint, arguing that the trial court plainly erred in failing to sua sponte instruct the jury on the nested, lesser-included offense of false imprisonment, the judgment is affirmed because defense counsel did not object or timely request such an instruction. Judgment is affirmed. State v. Arrington (MLW No. 73386/Case ...