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Criminal – Burglary – Principal In Second Degree (access required)

The Court of Appeals affirms the burglary conviction, as a principal in the second degree, of a defendant who admitted providing building and office access codes to his wife, who allegedly stole office equipment to trade for crack cocaine. Evidence showing that a door was opened is sufficient to establish a breaking. Merely pushing open a ...

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