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Hines v. State

578 S.E. 2d 868 (Ga. 2003)

tl;dr: Possession of a firearm by a convicted felon can be an inherently dangerous crime that can serve as the predicate for a felony murder charge.

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Facts:Hines was hunting with friends when he mistook one of...

Holding:The court held that the felon in possession of a...

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