Can someone be convicted of theft and/or burglary if the only real evidence against them is a handful of witnesses, none of whom actually saw the crime take place?
Asked on 5/06/07, 4:23 am
2 Answers from Attorneys
Robert Luedeman solo practitioner
Re: Enough evidence?
I agree with Mr. Phelps
Answered on 5/08/07, 5:49 pm
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