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Criminal Practice – Child Abduction – Vehicle Theft – Willfulness – General Intent (access required)

    Even if defendant did not realize there was a child in the backseat when he stole a truck, while he was leading police on a high-speed chase, defendant called 911, identified himself as the driver of the truck, told the operator there was a child in the backseat, tried to bargain with the operator—saying he ...

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