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Criminal – Burglary – Malicious Wounding – Intent (access required)

Although defendant claims there was insufficient evidence to show he intended to commit an applicable felony within a dwelling house at the moment he entered, the Court of Appeals affirms his convictions of armed statutory burglary and aggravated malicious wounding, based on evidence that he arrived at the house armed with a baseball bat, with ...

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