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TV Possession Supports Burglary Convictions (access required)

Although defendants said they purchased two televisions, identified as stolen from a home while the owner was away, at a card party with friends, the trial court was entitled to reject this story as “highly implausible” and a “fabrication,” and the Court of Appeals upholds defendants’ convictions of burglary and grand larceny. The unexplained possession of ...

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