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State v. Poulin

Supreme Judicial Court of Maine

March 8, 2016

STATE OF MAINE
v.
DESIRAY A. POULIN

         Argued November 5, 2015.

         On the briefs:

          Jamesa J. Drake, Esq. Drake Law, LLC, Auburn, for appellant Desiray A. Poulin.

         On the briefs:

         Maeghan Maloney, District Attorney, and Tyler LeClair, Stud. Atty., Prosecutorial District IV, Augusta, for appellee State of Maine.

         At oral argument:

         Jamesa J. Drake, Esq. Drake Law, LLC, Auburn for appellant Desiray A. Poulin.

         At oral argument:

         Emily Collins, Stud. Atty., Prosecutorial District IV, Augusta, for appellee State of Maine.

         Panel: SAUFLEY, C.J., and ALEXANDER, MEAD, GORMAN, JABAR, HJELM, and HUMPHREY, JJ.

          OPINION

         HJELM, J.

          [¶1] Desiray A. Poulin appeals from a judgment of conviction for theft by unauthorized taking or transfer (Class C), 17-A M.R.S. § 353(1)(B)(6) (2015),[1] entered by the trial court (Kennebec County, Mullen, J. ) after a jury trial. The sole issue presented is whether the court erred by finding that the State had presented sufficient evidence of the corpus delicti to allow the admission of evidence of Poulin's out-of-court incriminating statements. We affirm.

         I. BACKGROUND

          [¶2] We view the evidence presented at trial in the light most favorable to the State. SeeState v. Fundalewicz, 2012 ME ...


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