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Criminal – Uttering Counterfeit Currency – Judge’s Comment (access required)

A trial judge’s comment that defendant’s version of how he came to possess counterfeit currency “may be the truth; I don’t know,” does not translate into a reasonable doubt as to defendant’s guilt, and the Court of Appeals affirms defendant’s conviction for uttering forged currency. The commonwealth presented sufficient evidence to support defendant’s conviction. The store ...

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