Gen. No. 52,372.

108 Ill. App.2d 150 (1969)

247 N.E.2d 10

People of the State of Illinois, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. James Johnson, Defendant-Appellant.

Appellate Court of Illinois — First District, Third Division.

Rehearing denied May 1, 1969.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Gerald W. Getty, Public Defender of Cook County, of Chicago (George L. Lincoln and James J. Doherty, Assistant Public Defenders, of counsel), for appellant.

John J. Stamos, State's Attorney of Cook County, of Chicago (Elmer C. Kissane and James R. Kavanaugh, Assistant State's Attorneys, of counsel), for appellee.

MR. PRESIDING JUSTICE SULLIVAN delivered the opinion of the court.

The defendant, James Johnson, was found guilty of murder after a trial by jury and was sentenced to a term of sixteen to twenty-three years in the penitentiary. From this judgment of conviction the defendant prosecutes the instant appeal.

The defendant contends that: 1) he was not proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt; 2) the trial court erred in excluding evidence in support of his theory...

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