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Criminal Practice – Evidence – Prior Consistent Statement – Shooter’s Identity – Murder – Premeditation & Deliberation – Five Shots   (access required)

State v. Phillpott Defendant argues that a prosecution witness’s out-of-court statement should not have been admitted as a prior inconsistent statement. This argument is without merit because, when considered in context, the out-of-court statement was consistent with the witness’ in-court denial that defendant was the shooter.

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