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Criminal Law – Obtaining Property by False Pretenses – Relevancy of Evidence – Preservation of Appellate Issue (access required)

Defendant was arrested after law enforcement recovered stolen items from a pawn shop; the shop’s owner identified defendant as the individual who sold the items. At trial, the investigating officer also testified that police recovered from the pawn shop items belonging to the owner of the auto garage where the victim’s items were stolen. Because ...

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