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Criminal Practice  – Murder – Jury Instructions – Specific Intent – Premeditation & Deliberation – Closing Arguments (access required)

  Defendant requested a jury instruction on his mental condition at the time the murders were alleged to have been committed and the effect that voluntary intoxication could have had on his ability to form specific intent. Since the trial court gave North Carolina Pattern Instruction 305.11 on voluntary intoxication and its effect on specific intent ...

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