A person may not be found guilty of an offense on the testimony of one responsible
or legally accountable for the same offense, as defined in 45-2-301, unless the testimony is corroborated by other evidence that in itself and without
the aid of the testimony of the one responsible or legally accountable for the same
offense tends to connect the defendant with the commission of the offense.
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