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Insufficient corroboration of accomplice testimony (access required)

Although there was sufficient evidence to convict appellant of racketeering, the court’s failure to give the jury a cautionary instruction regarding corroboration of accomplice testimony requires reversal and remand for a new trial. It was meth Appellant Holmes appeals two racketeering convictions. “Holmes argues the evidence was insufficient to prove … that she committed two distinct acts ...