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No Actual Prejudice from Joint Trial (access required)

A trial court did not err in refusing to order two separate trials of two codefendants on charges of abduction with intent to extort money, attempted robbery, firearm possession and use and wearing body armor while possessing a firearm; the Court of Appeals earlier affirmed the joint trial decision with regard to the codefendant, and ...

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