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State v. Ulvinen 313 N.W.2d 425 (Minn. 1981)

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  1. Introduction
  2. The reasoning used by the court
  3. People v. Poplar 173 N.W.2d 732 (1970)
    1. The question before the court
  4. State v. Chism 436 So.2d 464 (La. 1983)
  5. Conclusion

Helen Ulvinen is the defendant in this case. She is the mother of David Hoffman, who killed his wife Carol. On the night of August 10th, to the morning of August 11th, David Hoffman choked his wife to death. There had been issues with Carol and Helen, and David had made references to his mother that he would imagine situations and say he would kill his wife. He later confessed that he killed his wife because she made it hard for his mom to live there. He told his co-workers too. Every time, Mrs. Ulvinen would tell Mr. Hoffman that he was just joking.

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