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Throughout the trial these twenty-four items were argued by the defense and the prosecution. Several of the items were alleged to be incomplete, and the defense wanted the jury to hear the complete story. If the jury found that Thomas had made prior false statements, the jury could infer that he must have done so in regard to these twenty-four items. At the close of the trial, the trial judge instructed the jury that these twenty-four items of prior false statements were evidence of Thomas’s bad character, and, as such, were to be considered by the jury only “as to his credibility as a witness.” This instruction is clearly in accord with the Kentucky Supreme Court decision in Grice v. State, 303 S.W.2d 442 (Ky.1957). In Grice, the court held that when evidence of a prior crime is admitted in a criminal trial, the evidence is admissible only as to the defendant’s credibility, and may not be used by the jury to infer guilt.
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