Gen. No. 67-64.

96 Ill. App.2d 356 (1968)

239 N.E.2d 304

The People of the State of Illinois, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. William Ellzey, Defendant-Appellant.

Appellate Court of Illinois — Third Judicial District.

June 28, 1968.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Wayne P. Dyer, of Kankakee, for appellant.

Edward P. Drolet, State's Attorney, of Kankakee, for appellee.


The defendant, William Ellzey, was convicted by a jury of aggravated assault, as defined in Ill Rev Stats, c 38, § 1264. He was sentenced to 2-5 years on the judgment. Defendant had pleaded not guilty to the offense charged in the indictment, and offered testimony of self-defense at the trial. Defendant appeals on the ground that the evidence failed to prove defendant guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.

On September 14, 1965, at approximately...

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