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P. v. Henriquez, 089311

Affirming the judgment of death in the case of a man who admitted to killing his pregnant wife and two-year-old daughter, stipulating at trail to murder with malice aforethought, but asserting the murders were not premeditated and the product of an unplanned fit of rage because errors in the guilt and penalty phase were harmless when considered separately and cumulatively did not warrant reversal.

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  • Published 2017/12/07




  • Supreme Court of California


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