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Bulge Insufficient for Firearms Conviction (access required)

The Court of Appeals reverses defendant’s conviction for using a firearm to commit robbery for insufficient evidence:  store employee testimony about seeing a bulge under defendant’s shirt does not prove the requisite instrumentality capable of firing. After being told a restaurant had no employment applications, defendant returned, went to the restroom and emerged with something under ...

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