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Transporting Firearm Is Separate Offense (access required)

In successive appeals of his two jury trial convictions for violent-felon firearm possession, the Court of Appeals rejects defendant’s double jeopardy argument:  the gun defendant threw running from police and the gun found at his mother’s home were separate offenses allowing conviction for each. Police conducted surveillance of defendant at his mother’s house.  After he left ...

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