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Pants Price Testimony Violated ‘Best Evidence’ Rule (access required)

At defendant’s grand larceny trial for the theft of jeans pants, the trial court erred under the best evidence rule when it admitted into evidence a Kohl’s loss prevention supervisor’s testimony about the price tags affixed to the stolen jeans; the Court of Appeals reverses defendant’s grand larceny conviction under Va. Code § 18.2-95. Given the ...

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