There was no rational basis for a jury instruction on theft as a lesser-included offense to robbery where, in committing the crime, defendant threatened a bank teller by demanding money and vaulted a seven-foot partition into the teller's area, causing the teller to flee for her life.
N.J. SUPREME COURT
State v. Cassady
New Jersey Law Journal
March 11, 2009
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