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Defendant’s Persistence Was Abduction Attempt (access required)

Although defendant claimed he was just being persistent in trying to meet a woman he approached at a grocery store check-out line and then tried to follow home, the Court of Appeals affirms his conviction of attempted abduction and assault and battery. We find defendant’s act of pursuing victim, obstructing her path and grabbing her collar, ...

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