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Criminal – Petit Larceny – Prior Offenses – Procedural Default (access required)

A defendant convicted of petit larceny, third offense, has procedurally defaulted on his appellate claims that the trial court erred in using his two prior convictions in determining his sentence, and the sentence is affirmed by the Court of Appeals. At trial for stealing two packs of steaks from a supermarket, the commonwealth admitted, without objection ...

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