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Criminal Practice  – Habitual Felon Indictment – ‘Not a True Bill’ – Notice – Continuance (access required)

  After a jury found defendant guilty of obtaining property by false pretenses and possession of stolen goods, but before sentencing, the trial court discovered that the habitual felon indictment returned by the grand jury had been marked “NOT A TRUE BILL.” At that point in the proceedings, it was not an abuse of discretion for ...

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