Docket No. 8,802.

28 Mich. App. 339 (1970)

184 N.W.2d 325


Michigan Court of Appeals.

Leave to appeal denied January 22, 1971.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Frank J. Kelley, Attorney General, Robert A. Derengoski, Solicitor General, Thomas G. Plunkett, Prosecuting Attorney, and Frank R. Knox, Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, for the people.

Lemberg, Gage & Brukoff, for defendant.

Before: QUINN, P.J., and DANHOF and CARROLL, JJ.

Leave to appeal denied January 22, 1971. 384 Mich. 801.


Defendant was tried before a jury on a charge of cruelty to children,1 and he was convicted and sentenced. His appeal raises five issues.

The child involved was the three-year-old son of Betty Louise Moseley, a twenty-year-old divorcee. Defendant was Mrs. Moseley's boyfriend, and he lived with her and the child at the time of the events leading up to this...

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