No. 296, Initial Term, 1967.

2 Md. App. 502 (1967)

235 A.2d 777


Court of Special Appeals of Maryland.

Decided December 5, 1967.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

David N. Bates and Johnson Bowie for appellant.

Edward F. Borgerding, Assistant Attorney General, with whom were Francis B. Burch, Attorney General, and C. Awdry Thompson, former State's Attorney for Dorchester County, on the brief, for appellee.

The cause was argued before MURPHY, C.J., and ANDERSON, MORTON, and ORTH, JJ.

MURPHY, C.J., delivered the opinion of the Court.

Appellant was convicted on July 21, 1966 by the court sitting without a jury of robbery with a deadly weapon and sentenced to ten years imprisonment in the Maryland Penitentiary. He contends on this appeal from that judgment that (a) his statement to police, which was introduced in evidence against him, was involuntary, and (b) that the evidence was insufficient to support the conviction.

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