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Jury could get look at victim’s skull (access required)

  Entering a murder victim’s skeletal remains into evidence for a jury to see was more probative than prejudicial, the North Carolina Court of Appeals has ruled in a case of first impression. Rodney Enoch was convicted of murdering his girlfriend, Debra Sellars. He claims that Sellars’ bones were displayed by prosecutors during trial to excite the ...

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