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Prior Juvenile Adjudication and Firearm Proved (access required)

The Court of Appeals affirms juvenile’s jury trial conviction for possessing a firearm after a prior delinquency adjudication for a felonious act: the Juvenile and Domestic Relations District (JDR) Court order was a prior adjudication based on defendant’s guilty plea and the apprehending police officers’ testimony proved defendant dropped a loaded Smith and Wesson revolver ...

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