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Case Study: State (Kansas) v. Gonzalez



This case study involves an attempted robbery that went bad and led to the death of the alleged victim. After being convicted, the defendant appealed, arguing that the evidence did not establish intent to commit robbery or conspiracy. The court had to focus on issues of intent, sufficiency of the evidence and several evidentiary issues that came up in the case. This case study goes through these issues, one by one.

The case can be found here:

https://casetext.com/case/state-v-gonzalez-2083