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Criminal – Murder Conviction – Sufficiency – Circumstantial Evidence – No Body (access required)

Although the habeas petitioner contends there was insufficient evidence to convict him of first-degree murder, since no body and no murder weapon have been discovered, the circumstantial evidence put on by the prosecution was sufficient to support the conviction. On our independent assessment of the evidence, we conclude that it sufficed to support petitioner's conviction of ...

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