Keith Pryor v. State Indiana
1973.IN.30212; 296 N.E.2D 125; 260 IND. 408
Second District Court of Appeals of Indiana
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16-6-8-3(c) [ Burns Ind. Stat. Ann. Â§ 35-3333(c) (1972 Supp.]), and selling, IC 1971, 16-6-8-3(a) [ Burns Ind. Stat. Ann. Â§ 35-3333(a) (1972 Supp.)] dangerous drugs. Since these two convictions arise from substantially unrelated factual situations, they will be dealt with separately; however, both may be disposed of by inquiring into the sufficiency of the evidence. When reviewing the sufficiency of the evidence, this Court will neither weigh the evidence nor determine the credibility of witnesses. Dunn v. State (1973), 260 Ind. 142, 293 N.E.2d 32; Lee v. State (1972), 259 Ind. 301, 286 N.E.2d 840. Only that evidence most favorable to the appellee and all reasonable inferences to be drawn therefrom will be considered. Id. If there is substantial evidence of probative value sufficient to establish every material element of the crime beyond a reasonable doubt, the verdict will not be disturbed. Id.
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- Category: Law
- Published: 18 May 1973
- Publisher: LawApp Publishers
- Print Length: 5 Pages
- Language: English