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Sufficient evidence supports manslaughter conviction (access required)

There was sufficient circumstantial evidence from which the trial court could conclude that appellant was the person who killed the victim. In the trial court Addison was charged with voluntary manslaughter in connection with the death of Chalkley. Chalkley’s body, with five bullet wounds in the head, was found in an alley behind Addison’s apartment on Dec. ...