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Unlucky Strike Not Malicious Despite Loss of Eye (access required)

The Court of Appeals reversed defendant’s conviction for malicious wounding and remanded for a new trial on assault and battery because the trial court’s findings fail to prove the required statutory intent to “to maim, disfigure, disable, or kill.” Victim and defendant’s girlfriend had three children. Less than a year after their relationship ended, defendant ...

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