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Restricting Cross-Examination Was Harmless Error (access required)

Although the trial court erred in denying defendant cross-examination of her real estate closing attorney, a primary prosecution witness, it was harmless error and the Court of Appeals upholds defendant’s conviction of felony false pretenses and perjury for falsifying documents in a real estate transaction and before a magistrate on bond. Defendant went to work for ...

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