California, United States of America
The following excerpt is from The People v. Henson, B217899, No. TA104165 (Cal. App. 2010):
Cal. 142, 145-146; CALCRIM No. 223.) "Conflicts and even testimony which is subject to justifiable suspicion do not justify the reversal of a judgment, for it is the exclusive province of the... jury to determine the credibility of a witness and the truth or falsity of the facts upon which a determination depends." (People v. Maury (2003) 30 Cal.4th 342, 403; see also People v. Holt (1997) 15 Cal.4th 619, 668 [if record justifies jury's findings, opinion of reviewing court that circumstantial evidence might also be reasonably interpreted to support a contrary result does not warrant a reversal].)
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