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Victim’s ‘Excited Utterance’ ID Admissible (access required)

A man who named the person who had just shot him between the eyes and robbed him, to his son who came to his aid, made an “excited utterance” that is admissible hearsay, and the Court of Appeals upholds defendant’s conviction of attempted murder, aggravated malicious wounding and use of a firearm. The victim testified at ...

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