What Exactly Is and Is Not Circumstantial Evidence?

CALCRIM 224 is the jury instruction telling the jury how to apply circumstantial evidence to a finding of defendant’s level of guilt, not guilt or innocence, as a recent appellate court ruling in a fatal car accident case exemplified. To read how the appellate court ruled CALCRIM 224 must be applied, please click on the following link – https://www.greghillassociates.com/what-exactly-is-and-is-not-circumstantial-evidence.html

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