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Court issues pre-trial evidentiary orders (access required)

Where the parties contested the admissibility of testimony and argument relating to third-party guilt, the court issued its rulings after considering the parties’ arguments and briefs, as well as additional caselaw and statutory authority. Opening argument Defendant cannot delay his ...

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Defendant waited too long to collaterally attack guilty plea (access required)

Where a naturalized citizen whose citizenship was revoked in 2016 waited until 2018 before attempting to collaterally attack his 2010 guilty plea on drug charges, and the record showed he could have discovered facts supporting his claim in 2016, his ...

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