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No person may be convicted of a criminal offense on the testimony of a single, uncorroborated eye-witness to the crime. Hearsay of an eye-witness' prior statements shall not be considered sufficient corroboration. To prove both the existence of the crime and that the defendant was the perpetrator the State must present more than one eye-witness to the crime or physical evidence or the testimony of one or more eye-witnesses corroborated by other evidence or the defendant's confession corroborated by other evidence.