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Civil Practice – Habitual Offender – Collateral Attack – Prosecutor's Verification (access required)

Although defendant argues that his May 5, 1989 DUI, first offense conviction is not a valid predicate offense for his habitual offender adjudication, we hold that his challenge constitutes an impermissible collateral attack in an habitual offender proceeding. In a recent decision, Fraser v. Commonwealth, a panel of this court held that a defendant may not ...

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