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Court of Appeals Affirms Ruling, Admitted Evidence of "Signature" Crime Harmless Error - Criminal Justice News

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Posted on: Aug 31, 2015

On Monday, August 31, the Indiana Court of Appeals affirmed a conviction of a man who broke into a woman's home and harmed her. In his trial, evidence was admitted that the man looked into the window of another woman in the neighborhood, but this error in admitted evidence was ruled harmless. DNA evidence connected the man to the crime. Read more here.

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