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Variance between indictment and evidence not fatal (access required)

Where appellant’s indictment charged that he abducted a mother and her child, there was not a fatal variance between the indictment and the evidence presented at trial. The commonwealth was not required to prove that appellant abducted both individuals. Legal standards “Brown argues … that there was a fatal variance between the allegations in the indictment and the ...