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Criminal Practice – Rape & Indecent Liberties – Evidence – Incestuous Pornography – Admissible – Motive (access required)

State v. Brown. Evidence that defendant possessed pornography describing and depicting incest was admissible to prove motive and intent in defendant's trial for the first-degree rape of his 10-year-old daughter and taking indecent liberties with a minor. We find no error in defendant's convictions.

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