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Bank Affidavits Were Cumulative Evidence (access required)

The Court of Appeals affirms defendant’s bench trial convictions for grand larceny, forgery and uttering two checks; two affidavits defendant’s grandfather executed for the bank to return his funds were merely cumulative of other evidence of defendant’s guilt, including a recorded telephone conversation from jail in which defendant admitted stealing from his grandfather to buy ...

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