Wednesday, April 15, 2009

April 3, 2009

Nicholson, 34 FLW 637, 4th DCA, Evidence - other crimes, wrongs or acts - uncharged collateral crime, although consisting of prior bad acts, was admissible to prove motive and intent, where the evidence depicted the turbulent and sometimes violent relationship between def and victim - similarities between events of collateral crime and circumstances of the homicide are insufficient to warrant the introduction of collateral crimes bad acts for purposes of identity.

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