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Defendant’s challenges to conviction largely dismissed as harmless error (access required)

Where the trial court refused to allow testimony about the victim’s violence and where the court denied a motion for mistrial based on juror bias, the errors claimed by the defendant were harmless in light of the overwhelming evidence of the defendant’s guilt. Background Dilshad Sabri Dosky was convicted of first-degree murder. On appeal, he raises multiple ...