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Daily Court Reporter - News Man who used sledgehammer to break into grocery store loses appeal


Man who used sledgehammer to break into grocery store loses appeal

ANNIE YAMSON, Daily Reporter Staff Writer

A divided 8th District Court of Appeals affirmed the judgment of the Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas recently when it ruled that a defendant’s breaking and entering and vandalism convictions should not have merged for sentencing.

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Date Published: March 17, 2015


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