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Thursday, April 12, 2007

High Court affirms murder conviction

The Minnesota Supreme Court just upheld the premeditated murder conviction of a man involved in a shooting death.

The high court found that, even though there was no evidence of motive, evidence that the defendant was armed, walked purposefully to where the victim was standing shot the victim in the head at close range and immediately fled the scene was sufficient to sustain the guilty finding.

The decision is State v. McArthur.

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