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

State v. Brown Where our Court of Appeals held, 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 affirm.

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