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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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No review of sentencing guidelines calculations (access required)

Where the trial court adopted the commonwealth’s interpretation of the applicable sentencing guidelines, there is no appealable issue because appellate review of sentencing guideline calculations is precluded by statute. At appellant’s sentencing for his plea-based conviction to a sex crime, ...

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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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Sufficient evidence to establish drug conspiracy (access required)

Circumstantial evidence establishes that appellant had an agreement with another person to distribute cocaine. As a result, his conspiracy conviction is affirmed. Analysis “Appellant contends the evidence was insufficient to prove he conspired to distribute drugs. Specifically, he contends that ...

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