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Criminal Practice  – Second-Degree Murder – Malice – Intoxication Evidence – Hospital-Drawn Blood – Speeding & Prior Convictions (access required)

  The trial court should not have admitted test results from blood drawn at the hospital after defendant’s traffic accident; however, evidence that defendant was speeding at the time of the accident and of his prior traffic convictions (including DWIs) was sufficient to support the jury’s general verdict finding the malice required for defendant’s conviction of ...

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