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Criminal Practice – Obtaining Property by False Pretense – Evidence – Subsequent Bad Acts – Sentencing (access required)

State v. Twitty Where defendant told an Alamance County church congregation a sad, but false, story, asked church members for money, and received money and gas for his car, the trial court did not abuse its discretion when it admitted evidence that defendant had done the same thing in other churches after the Alamance County incident.

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