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Criminal Practice – Second-Degree Murder – Evidence – Victim’s Reputation for Violence (access required)

State v. Henry (Lawyers Weekly No. 15-07-0952, 4 pp.) (Linda McGee, C.J.) Appealed from Columbus County Superior Court (Douglas Sasser, J.) N.C. App. Holding: The trial court did not prevent witness Collins from testifying about the victim’s reputation for violence; instead, the court required defendant to wait until his case-in-chief to introduce such evidence. Defendant has ...

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