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Family Law Keyed to Weisberg
People v. Harris
Citation:2012 WL 1651015 (Cal. Ct. App. 2012)
Harris is married to C.H. On March 28, 2008, Harris accused C.H. of lying to him and said she needed to be punished. C.H. excused herself to the bathroom and used a tape recorder to secretly record the entire ensuring interaction with Harris. A copy of the recording was played for the jury – and it revealed that Harris forced C.H. to perform oral sex under threats of violence, including anal sex and killing her. C.H. also testified at trial about numerous earlier incidents where Harris was assaulted her and battered her.
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