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Justices rule on child protection

Encouraging dangerous behavior can result in conviction, court rules in reversal

The state does not have to prove that a child actually is in need of protection or services to convict a defendant of encouraging that need, the Minnesota Supreme Court ruled in the case of a man with a “delusional fantasy” about marrying a 10-year-old girl.

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