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Circumstantial Evidence Proved Gun Possession (access required)

The Court of Appeals affirms defendant’s jury trial conviction for firearm possession by a violent felon based on circumstantial evidence surrounding a police officer’s discovery of a rifle after a masked man in camouflage clothing with defendant’s first name confronted two witnesses. Defendant’s son was beaten by twins one day in November.  Around 8 p.m. that ...

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