Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Robert Martin, of Martin, Porter, Pringle, Schell and Fair, of Wichita, argued the cause, and William V. Crank, of Wichita, was with him on the brief for the appellant.
Donald H. Humphreys, County Attorney, argued the cause, and Kent Frizzell, Attorney General, and Larry E. Keenan, Special Assistant County Attorney, were with him on the brief for the appellee.
Supreme Court of Kansas.
The opinion of the court was delivered by
The defendant, C.C. Parrish, was charged with, and convicted of, burning insured property, the Parrish Hotel, Great Bend, Kansas, and the burning of the personal property of another.
On Sunday, October 8, 1967, a fire destroyed the Parrish Hotel. The hotel was owned by the defendant who was in Washington, D.C. on business the night the hotel burned.
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