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No evidence error in forgery prosecution (access required)

There was no evidentiary error at appellant’s trial, where he was convicted of three counts of forgery of a public document, three counts of uttering a forged public record, identity theft, and falsely identifying himself to the police. Background Officer Kreivis was dispatched to investigate a possible crime at a bank. Kreivis met appellant Cobbs, who identified ...