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Uttering Conviction for Altered Paycheck (access required)

A concrete finisher whose employer accused him of altering a paycheck for $180.99 to cash it for $1,080.99 provided testimony that supported defendant’s convictions for uttering and obtaining money by false pretenses; the Court of Appeals says defendant failed to raise in the trial court his claim that the commonwealth failed to prove that any ...

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