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Medical Records Unnecessary for ‘Malicious Wounding’ (access required)

A student in a building maintenance course at a juvenile correctional facility who struck his teacher in the head with a three-to-four pound metal bathroom spigot, causing a scar and lasting cognitive impairment, can be convicted of aggravated malicious wounding even without medical evidence of the victim’s condition, the Court of Appeals says. We have held ...

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