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Owens Circumstantial evidence is permissible for determining wehther the circumstances are consistent with a reasonable hypothesis of guilt.
Ragland Power of jury to acquit isn't one of the essential attributes of the right to trial by jury so jury doesn't have to be told they can nullify.
Dudley Stephens Homicide may not be excused when person killed is an innocent and unoffending victim
Knight Should've allowed statements that D's fear was reasonable during his present sense (exception to hearsay rule).
Martin Criminal liability must be based on conduct which includes a voluntary omission to act which was physically possible to have performed.
Utter An "act" must be a willed movement.
Beardsley A person who fails to act to save the life of someone to whom he doesnt stand in the legal relation of protector isn't chargeable with manslaughter.
Barber Absent objection from the spouse of one permanently comatose, a doctor is under no legal duty to keep the patient alive via life support.
Cordoba-Hincapie An act doesn't make the doer guilty unless the mind is guilty; unless the intent is criminal.
Created by: awatford