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TAYLOR v. STATE OF DELAWARE, 228, 2002

A prosecutor's "concession" to the jury during summation that the state "probably" had not provided sufficient evidence to establish four of eight theft charges amounted to an admission that the state had not presented a prima facie case as to those charges, and that conduct created reversible prejudicial error as to the remaining charges.

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  • Decided 04/03/2003
  • Published 04/07/2003

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  • Supreme Court of Delaware

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