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Criminal Practice — Murder by Starvation – First Impression – Malice – Some Feedings (access required)

  The act of starving another person to death—as defendant did to his four-year-old stepson, Malachi—takes time, during which the defendant has ample opportunity to reflect upon his conduct, to take mercy upon the victim, and to be increasingly aware of the other person’s condition, with a decision to intentionally deprive another person of needed nutrition ...

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