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§ 904.01, Relevance – Consciousness of Guilt — Flight Three Days After Crime

State v. Earl L. Miller, 231 Wis.2d 447, 605 N.W.2d 567 (Ct. App. 1999)
For Miller: Eduardo M. Borda

Issue: Whether evidence of the defendant’s flight from police three days after the crime was admissible.

Holding: “While not part of the original criminal episode, evidence of flight was admissible because it indicated Miller’s consciousness of guilt,” ¶22.

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