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Evidence – Other Crimes – Forging Public Record – Grand Larceny – Reversal (access required)

Where the trial court admitted at defendant's trial for forging a public record evidence of a related grand larceny, this evidence was unduly prejudicial and we hold that the evidence of grand larceny should have been redacted from the document before the trial court admitted the Central Crimes Record Exchange document into evidence. The public ...

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