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Direct appeal to the court is the wrong vehicle for defendant’s claim (access required)

In dismissing a direct appeal, the court noted that because a trial judge granted the defendant the relief he requested, it was up to the Department of Juvenile Justice to comply with the judge’s order, so the defendant’s grievance was ...

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CAV: Defendant liable for co-conspirator’s gun display (access required)

Evidence was sufficient to prove that the defendant conspired with his co-defendant to collect a debt through intimidation, including with a firearm. Background Appellant Jahsaad Livingston was tried jointly with his co-defendant, Therin Mason Miller-Jones. For several months in 2015, ...

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