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‘Inconsistent’ Larceny Verdicts Upheld (access required)

Although the occupant of a home had moved out of their “second home” so her husband could perform renovations, the home still satisfied the legal definition of a “dwelling house” and the Court of Appeals affirms defendant’s conviction for burglary of a dwelling house. Evidence showed the house was a “second dwelling” for the family. The ...

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