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‘Curtilage’ Defined in Concealed Gun Case (access required)

A defendant who was standing in the middle of a road that bisected his property and led to his brother-in-law’s property, which was the last house on the road and situated on property gifted to him by defendant, was not on the “curtilage” of his home, 20 feet away, when police found defendant with a ...

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