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Criminal – Abduction – Home Invasion (access required)

On rehearing en banc, the Court of Appeals upholds a defendant’s conviction of “abduction” of an infant from one room to another during a home invasion. Defendant argues the evidence was insufficient to support his conviction for abduction because the infant was taken for her own protection, not with a wrongful intent, and there was no ...

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