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Criminal – Voluntary Manslaughter – Self-Defense Instruction (access required)

A trial court did not err in rejecting defendant’s instruction on self-defense and the Court of Appeals affirms his conviction of voluntary manslaughter. Initially, it appears defendant offered the law for justified self-defense, as the instruction discussed the law for a defendant who was without fault in provoking or bringing on the fight. Given the evidence ...

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