119 Ga. App. 531 (1969)

167 S.E.2d 670


Court of Appeals of Georgia.

Decided April 7, 1969.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Harl C. Duffey, Jr., James A. Robbins, Jr., for appellant.

Robert G. Walther, District Attorney, for appellee.


The defendant, in a two-count accusation, was charged with and convicted of the offense of selling whiskey contrary to the law of this State, and of selling beer on Sunday. Her motion for new trial was overruled and she appealed to this court enumerating as error, among other rulings, the order overruling her motion for new trial "upon the general and special grounds." Held:

1. The evidence was amply sufficient to authorize the verdict...

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