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‘Furtive’ Entry is Felony P.O. Violation (access required)

Defendant’s argument that he made noise as he broke a window to enter the home of his ex-girlfriend after midnight, does not mean his entry into the locked house was not “furtive”; the Court of Appeals affirms defendant’s conviction for a felony violation of a protective order. As a threshold matter, the commonwealth argues defendant’s assignment ...

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