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Criminal Practice – Armed Robbery – Acting in Concert — Jury Instructions — Restitution (access required)

State v. Sullivan Even though, in its jury instructions, the trial court omitted the name of one of the three robbery participants in applying the concerted action theory to the armed robbery charge, reading the jury instructions as a whole, the trial court sufficiently instructed the jury on the theory of acting in concert. We find no error in defendant’s convictions of three counts of robbery with a dangerous weapon and one count of conspiracy to commit robbery with a dangerous weapon. The restitution order is vacated and remanded.

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