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Criminal Practice – False Pretenses – Restitution – Evidence (access required)

State v. Moore The victim owned a house next door to defendant, which defendant rented out to transients without the victim’s knowledge. The victim testified that it would cost “third something thousand” to repair the damage to her house, and there was evidence that defendant had collected $1,500 in rent. This evidence is not too vague to support any restitution award, but it is not specific enough to support the trial court’s restitution award of $39,332.49.

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