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B THREE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF AMERICAN
THE CRIMINAL CASE IN CALIFORNIA
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alcohol Amendment appellant appellant's applied arguments arrest assault attempt believe burglary California cause charged circumstances common law conclude conduct conspiracy constitutional conviction Court of Appeal criminal law criminal negligence culpability death defendant defendant's defined degree felony-murder diminished capacity dissent doctrine drug Eighth Amendment element evidence fact felony felony murder felony-murder rule firearm guilty homicide homosexual imperfect self-defense implied malice inference injury insanity instruction intent crime intent to commit issue Italics added judgment jury Justice killing Legislature liability malice aforethought mental misdemeanor Model Penal Code narcotics offense officer Penal Code section person petitioner police premeditation prison Problem prosecution provides punishment purpose question rape reasonable resistance result robbery second degree murder section 188 sentence sexual intercourse specific intent statute statutory statutory rape stolen subdivision Supreme Court testified testimony theft three strikes law told trial court unlawful victim violation voluntary manslaughter weapon