Crespo v. Hughes, PICS Case No. 17-1227 (Pa. Super. July 18, 2017) Ransom, J. (35 pages).


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Trial court erred in precluding plaintiff's conviction for receipt of stolen property, where crimen falsi evidence was per se admissible, and where evidence of the conviction was relevant to plaintiff's wage loss claim. Judgment reversed in part and affirmed in part, case remanded for new trial on damages.

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