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Criminal – Cocaine – Discovery Violation – Defendant's Statement – Prejudicial Question – No Brief On Appeal – Jury Instructions – Accomplice Credibility (access required)

Where appellant was convicted of one count of conspiracy to distribute cocaine and 12 counts of distribution, and on appeal contends that the judge erred in not striking a question premised on evidence undisclosed in violation of the discovery order, the evidence was insufficient to sustain the 12 distribution charges, and the court erred in ...

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