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Superseding Information: People v. Porter

City Court, Geneva Superseding Information Timeliness People v. Porter Judge Buckley Background: The defendant, charged with assault in the third degree, moved to preclude the identification testimony because the people failed to timely serve notice of any testimony regarding the identification of a witness. The prosecution argued that the defendant should be arraigned on the amended information filed with the court, ...

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