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Criminal Practice – Accessory after the Fact & Obstruction of Justice – Notice of Shooting – Lying to Police (access required)

Even if defendant did not know that Quavios Clyde had shot and killed Shawn Borders when defendant drove Clyde from Shelby to Forest City and back again, police told defendant that Clyde was wanted for murder before she drove him from Shelby to Lincolnton and back again. In addition, defendant admittedly lied to police about ...

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