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State v. Garcia

Justia Opinion Summary  After a jury trial, Defendant was convicted for operating after revocation. The Supreme Court affirmed the judgment as amended, holding (1) any error by the trial court in refusing to instruct the jury about certain statutory requirements applicable to written notices of revocation was harmless; and (2) even if the State improperly offered and used documents that Defendant alleged were not properly identified as part of an exhibit but nonetheless were presented to the jury did not rise to the level of obvious and reversible error. Remanded for correction of an improper statutory reference in the judgment and commitment order.

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