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Appellant properly charged with two hit-run accidents (access required)

There was sufficient evidence for the trial court to convict appellant of two hit-and-run accidents. Although both arose from the same incident, each accident had a separate causation and there “was a sufficient temporal interval between the two collisions.” Background ...

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Appellant was sufficiently identified as perpetrator (access required)

Even though photos of appellant were, according to the trial court, “practically useless,” a store clerk who observed him was able to verify his identity, and thus, there is sufficient evidence to sustain appellant’s convictions of statutory burglary, petit larceny ...

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