252 S.C. 504 (1969)

167 S.E.2d 307

The STATE, Respondent, v. Goss BROOKS and Bill Elrod, Appellants.

Supreme Court of South Carolina.

April 24, 1969.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Messrs. G. Ross Anderson, Jr., and Karl L. Kenyon, of Anderson, for Appellants.

Messrs. Daniel R. McLeod, Attorney General, and Emmet H. Clair, Assistant Attorney General, of Columbia, and William H. Ballenger, Solicitor, of Walhalla, for Respondent.

April 24, 1969.

MOSS, Chief Justice.

Goss Brooks and Bill Elrod, the appellants herein, were tried at the 1967 August term of the General Sessions Court for Oconee County upon an indictment charging them with the murder of Frank Gibby, the alleged offense having occurred on March 10, 1966. The trial resulted in a verdict of guilty with recommendation to the mercy of the court and they were sentenced to imprisonment...

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