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Recanting Defendant’s Denials Support His Conviction (access required)

Defendant who at trial recanted his confessions to police is not entitled to have his bench trial convictions for burglary, attempted burglary and petit larceny reversed for insufficiency of evidence, the Court of Appeals said. In an interview with police in early 2008, defendant admitted breaking into numerous ground floor dwellings near the Virginia Beach ...

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