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Criminal – Attempted Robbery – Victim’s ‘Presence’ (access required)

A defendant could be convicted of attempted robbery and a related firearm charge based on the intended victim hearing his doorbell ring and seeing through a peephole defendant put a black bandana across his face and a companion with a gun, even though defendant claims the intended victim was not “present” during the attempt; the ...

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