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Criminal Practice – Larceny after Breaking & Entering – Doctrine of Recent Possession – Unoccupied House (access required)

Where the state failed to prove that plaintiff had exclusive control of the stolen property, the state was not entitled to the presumption of guilt arising from the doctrine of recent possession. We vacate defendant’s convictions of felonious breaking and entering and larceny after breaking and entering. Facts The victim inherited a house at 30 Woody Street in ...

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