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21-695.


21-695.
   
   Whenever the grade or punishment of homicide is made to depend upon
   its having been committed under circumstances evincing a depraved mind
   or unusual cruelty, or in a cruel manner, the jury may take into
   consideration the fact that any domestic or confidential relation
   existed between the accused and the person killed, in determining the
   moral quality of the acts proved.
   

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