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No Reversal for Racial Epithets (access required)

At defendants’ trial for the vicious beating of the victim in an alley, the trial court did not err in allowing the jury to hear, as evidence of malice, a racial epithet uttered by one of the defendants against the victim; the Court of Appeals also says the trial court did not err in refusing ...

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