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Father’s Murder Was Not Self-Defense (access required)

Defendant’s conviction for first-degree murder in the stabbing death of his father is affirmed by the Court of Appeals; the record establishes any error in refusing defendant’s self-defense instruction was harmless. Defendant, age 54, stabbed his father, age 75, in the entrance to the magistrate’s office where the father had gone to obtain a ...

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