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Criminal Practice — Murder – Self-Defense – Contradictory Evidence – Municipal Ordinance – Pleading & Proof (access required)

  Even though there was evidence that defendant killed the decedent in self-defense, since there were conflicts in such evidence, the state was not required to disprove self-defense. Not only did defendant made inconsistent claims about the incident, but his description of the shooting was also contradicted by the physical evidence. We find no error in defendant’s ...

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