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Civil Practice – Habitual Offender – Res Judicata (access required)

Although an earlier habitual offender proceeding against respondent was dismissed after the commonwealth failed to appear at the scheduled trial, that dismissal does not operate as a res judicata bar against a subsequent proceeding. Respondent argues that the commonwealth is barred by res judicata from basing the present proceeding on convictions relied upon in the prior ...

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