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Criminal Practice – Breaking or Entering – Intent to Terrorize or Injure – Kidnapping (access required)

  The state presented evidence that defendant (1) broke and entered the victim’s home without invitation, (2) told her she would not be going back outside, (3) demanded sex, (4) locked the front door, (5) threatened her with a knife, (6) forced her into the bedroom, and (7) repeatedly assaulted her. The state thus presented sufficient ...

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