Conviction of woman who got ex-husband and son to kill husband upheld.
On appeal, she argues that the trial court erred when it: instructed the jury that, where a case involves both direct and circumstantial evidence, the evidence does not have to exclude all rational conclusions other than the defendant's guilt; found that the defendant consented to a general rather than a limited search of her home; and did not address the constitutionality of the warrant to search the home. We affirm.
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