Can a predisposition (prejudice - in literal sense, not connotative sense) enhance a finding of premeditation ? Jus asking. Can an utterance of not liking "that" music, evidence a predisposition and suggest that premeditation developed more rapidly in my mind than in a clearly generic altercation (without the prejudice)? Jus asking with my hoodie on.
2/20/14 at 9:46pm