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In Re Martinez, 226596

Vacating a first degree murder conviction on direct appeal by a petition for writ of habeas corpus in a case where the court utilized the natural and probable consequences theory of liability and the court could not determine whether the court established beyond a reasonable doubt that the jury actually relied on a legally valid theory in reaching conviction or committed a prejudicial error in utilizing the aforementioned theory.

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  • Published 2017/12/04




  • Supreme Court of California


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