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No Error in Joinder & Mistrial Denial (access required)

Although defendant claims he was prejudiced by admission of evidence against his codefendant, such as a bulletproof vest and cell phone records, and by his codefendant proceeding pro se, the Court of Appeals says the trial court did not err in joining the two cases for trial and in denying defendant’s motion for a mistrial. Defendant ...

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