Danny King v. State Indiana
1979.IN.30727; 397 N.E.2D 1260; 73 IND. DEC. 84
First District Court of Appeals of Indiana
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Danny King (King) appeals from his conviction for unlawful dealing in hashish,[Footnote 1] claiming error in (1) denying his Motion to Dismiss, (2) admission of testimony of a telephone conversation, (3) permitting a police officer to testify as an expert, (4) allowing the prosecution to attempt to examine a witness who refused to testify on the grounds of self-incrimination, (5) refusing to allow certain questions on cross-examination of a prosecutions expert witness, and (6) insufficiency of the evidence.
- Category: Law
- Published: 17 December 1979
- Publisher: LawApp Publishers
- Print Length: 38 Pages
- Language: English