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Criminal – Malicious Wounding – Transferred Intent – Family Stabbing (access required)

A defendant whose daughter was cut when she jumped on defendant in an attempt to halt his knife attack on his wife can be convicted of malicious wounding of the daughter under the doctrine of transferred intent, the Court of Appeals holds. The appellate court also affirms defendant’s conviction for unlawful wounding of a police officer ...

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