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Criminal Practice  – Common Law Robbery – Continuous Transaction – Car Keys & Title (access required)

  The state’s evidence showed that defendant’s assault on the victim caused her to flee, leaving the keys in the ignition of her car, thus allowing defendant to take the keys, as well as the vehicle title from the passenger seat. Accordingly, the evidence showed one continuous transaction, allowing the jury to find that defendant had ...

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