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Criminal Practice – Right to Remain Silent – Evidence – Prior Inconsistent Statement (access required)

State v. Wyrick (Lawyers Weekly No. 011-022-18, 9 pp.) (Philip Berger Jr., J.) Appealed from Mecklenburg County Superior Court (Jesse Caldwell, J.) N.C. App. Holding: On direct examination, defendant recounted in some detail, his supposedly consensual sexual encounter with two young women on the night that the two teenage victims were raped; accordingly, the state could ...

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