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Criminal – Burglary Tool Possession – Intent (access required)

The Court of Appeals affirms defendant’s conviction for possession of burglary tools, despite his claim the prosecution did not prove the requisite intent, as well as revocation of defendant’s suspended sentence. A security guard found defendant on MAACO’s fenced auto lot after normal business hours when he responded to a report that the business’s security alarm ...

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