James Hart v. State Indiana
1973.IN.30073; 292 N.E.2D 814; 260 IND. 137
First District Court of Appeals of Indiana
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This cause is before us on a Petition to Transfer from the Court of Appeals. It arises out of the criminal prosecution of the Petitioner, James Hart. He was initially charged on April 10, 1969, was eventually tried and convicted of Entering to Commit a Felony and Theft, and on July 26, 1971, was sentenced to concurrent one to ten year terms of imprisonment. An appeal was perfected to the Court of Appeals which affirmed the conviction in an opinion filed August 1, 1972. See Hart v. State (1972), 285 N.E.2d 676. After his Petition for Rehearing was denied, Hart filed a Petition to Transfer with the Supreme Court of Indiana.
- Category: Law
- Published:Feb 27, 1973
- Publisher: LawApp Publishers
- Seller: Innodata Book Distribution Services Inc
- Print Length: 5 Pages
- Language: English