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Criminal Practice – Murder – Circumstantial Evidence – Motive & Opportunity (access required)

State v. Miles Even though the state presented no direct evidence that defendant killed the victim, the state presented sufficient circumstantial evidence. The state proved motive in the form of a $40,000 debt and opportunity via cell phone records and testimony as to defendant’s threats and his possession of a gun like the one that killed the victim.

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