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Insufficient evidence of financial exploitation (access required)

Appellant’s conviction for financially exploiting an incapacitated adult is reversed because the evidence presented to show mental incapacity with respect to health care matters cannot, by itself, be used to establish mental incapacity for financial matters. The conviction of abuse or neglect of an incapacitated adult is affirmed. Financial exploitation Appellant Tomlin “argues the evidence was insufficient to ...