Criminal Practice – Evidence – Prior Bad Acts – Standard of Review — Sufficient Similarity – 10- to 12-Year GapState v. Beckelheimer Although defendant would have been in his teens at the time of the acts testified to by a prosecution witness, the details of defendant’s acts were sufficiently similar to allow the witness to testify about an incident 10 to 12 years before the one at issue.
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Published: June 19, 2012
Time posted: 11:25 am
Tags: 10- to 12-Year Gap, Criminal Practice, evidence, Prior Bad Acts, Standard of Review, Sufficient Similarity