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Criminal – Evidence – ‘Other Crimes’ (access required)

In this bank fraud and identity theft prosecution, a Norfolk U.S. District Court overrules defendant’s objection under Fed. R. Evid. 404(b) and says it will admit evidence about defendant’s recent arrest in New York City with an apparent phony debit card. Rule 404(b) refers to the admissibility of evidence of a defendant’s actions, which occurred either ...

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