[No. 147, September Term, 1963.]

233 Md. 203 (1963)

196 A.2d 75


Court of Appeals of Maryland.

Decided December 17, 1963.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Nelson R. Kandel for the appellant.

Submitted on brief by Thomas B. Finan, Attorney General, Jacques E. Leeds, Assistant Attorney General, William J. O'Donnell, State's Attorney for Baltimore City, and Edward G. Wyatt, Assistant State's Attorney, for the appellee.

The cause was argued before BRUNE, C.J., and HENDERSON, PRESCOTT, HORNEY and MARBURY, JJ.


Camphor and Hawkins were indicted for the grand larceny of a sewing machine. Hawkins pleaded guilty, but Camphor stood trial before the court without a jury, was convicted, and appeals. The only points raised are the sufficiency of the evidence to show participation by Camphor and to show the value of the article taken.

According to the testimony of two store detectives, Camphor and Hawkins arrived on the scene in an automobile; they parked outside...

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