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Criminal Law: Tampering With Evidence-Sufficiency of Evidence

Where defendant challenged his convictions including one for felony tampering with physical evidence, the defendant voluntarily admitted to the crime during his testimony and closing argument, so he was bound by the judicial admissions, and the state’s improper “acquittal first” ...

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Criminal Law: Murder-Tampering with Evidence-Motion to Suppress Inculpatory Statements

Defendant was found guilty of the first-degree murder of his mother, along with charges of abandonment of a corpse, tampering with evidence, and animal abuse. Defendant was sentenced to life without parole. On appeal, defendant challenged the denial of his ...

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