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Circumstantial Evidence Supports Abuse Conviction (access required)

The Court of Appeals upholds a woman’s felony child abuse conviction in the death of her infant daughter from “shaken baby” syndrome; although circumstantial evidence showed the woman’s boyfriend also could have injured the child, the jury was entitled to believe his testimony and disbelieve the defendant, in light of her inconsistent stories and prior ...

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