Court overturns felony conviction


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GREENFIELD — The Indiana Supreme Court has overturned a conviction in a Hancock County felony criminal case over a technicality.

Lisa Kane, 35, of Greenfield, was convicted in July of receiving stolen property, a Class D felony, after a brief trial in Hancock County Superior Court 1. Kane was sentenced to three years on the charge with a year enhancement for admittedly being a habitual offender, court documents state.

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