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IN RE: E.J.

Juvenile law -- Sufficiency of the evidence -- Involvement in armed robbery In 1952, Chief Judge Marbury, writing for the Court of Appeals, observed: No matter how sordid the case and how suspicious the circumstances, we cannot permit a person charged with crime to be convicted without evidence. The conjectures of the trial judge might be ...

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