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Blood spatter evidence had proper foundation (access required)

The trial court correctly determined that testimony from state police special agent concerning blood spatter evidence had a proper foundation. A photograph of a bloodstain on one of appellant’s tennis shoes from which the special agent drew her conclusions was admitted without objection. Any questions about the photograph’s accuracy goes to the weight of the ...