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Victim Intoxication Evidence Was Cumulative (access required)

Defendant is not entitled to reversal of his jury trial conviction for unlawful wounding based on exclusion of evidence of his victim’s blood alcohol level when other evidence of victim’s intoxication made any error harmless, the Court of Appeals says. Defendant was drinking at a bar one evening and got into an argument with the current ...

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