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Topic - Randolph A. Beales
"The trial court certainly could infer from appellant's statement after the attacks, 'we beat his ass,' that appellant shared the same general objective as the Crips gang members in this group of men who joined in these attacks," Judge Beales wrote.
The appeals court judges affirmed the ruling of the trial court, agreeing that on that particular night, Morris associated himself with Crips members in order to attack innocent individuals—"an intent shared by everyone in the group," Judge Randolph A. Beales wrote.