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Possession Proved Knowledge and Intent (access required)

The Court of Appeals affirms defendant’s jury trial convictions for receiving stolen property based on evidence showing his possession of three stolen trailers and five stolen riding lawn mowers; remand is necessary to correct a clerical error in the statute cited in the sentencing order. Defendant used a one-car garage owned by victim for storage for ...

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