Gen. No. 10,990.

108 Ill. App.2d 473 (1969)

247 N.E.2d 912

People of the State of Illinois, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. Dwight L. Boyd, Defendant-Appellant.

Appellate Court of Illinois — Fourth District.

May 22, 1969.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

John J. Casey, Public Defender, of Springfield, for appellant.

Raymond L. Terrell, State's Attorney of Sangamon County, of Springfield, and D. Bradley Blodgett, Assistant State's Attorney, for appellee.


The defendant was found guilty by a jury of theft in violation of Ill Rev Stats 1965, c 38, § 16-1, for the theft of a Chevrolet truck. He was admitted to probation with the condition that 90 days of his probation period be served in the Sangamon County jail. He appeals on the ground that (1) the evidence does not show his guilt beyond a reasonable doubt and (2) that the trial court erroneously refused to instruct the jury on the crime of criminal trespass...

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