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Criminal – Temp’s Embezzlement – Circumstantial Evidence (access required)

The Court of Appeals affirms a temporary employee’s conviction of embezzlement, despite her claim that the commonwealth’s circumstantial evidence failed to prove the money she allegedly embezzled was actually received by the roofing company where she was working, and was not taken by someone else. The only reasonable hypothesis flowing from the evidence, viewed in the ...

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