Smeltzer v. State Indiana
1962.IN.30194; 185 N.E.2D 428; 243 IND. 437
Court of Appeals of Indiana
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Appellant was charged and convicted of receiving stolen goods. On his motion for new trial, appellant asserted, and here assigns as cause for appeal that: (1) The court erred in permitting a witness to testify regarding previous dealings between the witness and defendant in stolen merchandise not described in the affidavit; and (2) the finding of the court was not sustained by sufficient evidence.