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Criminal Practice – Safecracking – Fraudulent vs. Surreptitious Means – Jury Instructions – Plain Error (access required)

State v. Ross (Lawyers Weekly No. 011-335-16, 13 pp.) (Chris Dillon, J.) Appealed from Cumberland County Superior Court (Ola Lewis, J.) N.C. App. Holding: Trying to open a safe by using a fraudulently acquired combination – as alleged in the indictment – is one type of safecracking; trying to open a safe with a combination obtained ...

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