Under state law, in cases where criminal defendants claim they acted in self-defense, as Van Dyke has, judges can let attorneys present evidence about previous incidents, even if the defendants didn’t know about them. But prosecutors have argued that McDonald’s past is irrelevant because Van Dyke did not know anything about the teen when he shot him on Oct. 20, 2014.


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