Where a jury found a defendant guilty of rape and of misleading a police officer, the rape conviction should be affirmed despite the defendant’s claim that the trial judge improperly excluded certain text messages that the victim had sent to a friend, but the other conviction must be reversed because the defendant’s act of giving …
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