Court of Appeal (unpublished)
June 1, 2022
If a defendant has been convicted of rape and assault and assault with a dangerous weapon, he or she should be given a new trial for failure to comply with the defense to contact an alibi witness (the defendant’s ex-wife). “The defendant, Jason D. Briddon, was convicted following a jury trial in the Superior Court for Rape, GLc 265, §22 (b) and …
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