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Duct Tape Fingerprint Not Enough to Convict (access required)

In the prosecution of two brothers for robbery and attempted robbery of two North Carolina coin shops, a fingerprint of Janson Strayhorn on duct tape used to bind the owner of P&S Coins was insufficient to convict him of the P&S robbery, but his conviction of attempted robbery of All American Coins is affirmed; the ...

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