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‘Intent’ Instruction Not Necessary (access required)

At defendant’s trial for robbery and first-degree murder, the trial court did not err in refusing to give defendant’s proffered jury instruction defining intent to steal after she testified that she did not intend to permanently deprive the victim, a friend, of his personal property that she stuffed into a pillowcase, but she was only ...

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