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Testimony Proved Felony Destruction of Property (access required)

The Court of Appeals says a defendant is not entitled to reversal of his bench trial conviction for felony destruction of property because the unchallenged trial testimony established property damage exceeding $1,000 and defendant failed to preserve his objections below. Defendant vandalized victims’ property. A victim testified that the damage exceeded $4,000, including over $2,000 ...

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