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Criminal – Malicious Wounding – Protective Order- 911 Call – Rule 5A:18 (access required)

A defendant convicted of aggravated malicious wounding of his former girlfriend and violation of a protective order cannot challenge admission of recorded 911 calls as unduly prejudicial because he failed to raise this issue in the trial court, the Court of Appeals says. Defendant never objected at trial to the 911 calls as unduly prejudicial. His ...

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