Docket No. 8605.

28 Mich. App. 647 (1970)

185 N.W.2d 198


Michigan Court of Appeals.

Decided December 9, 1970.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Frank J. Kelley, Attorney General, Robert A. Derengoski, Solicitor General, Thomas G. Plunkett, Prosecuting Attorney, and Dennis Donohue, Chief Appellate Counsel, for the people.

I. Goodman Cohen, for defendant on appeal.

Before: LEVIN, P.J., and T.M. BURNS and J.E. HUGHES, JJ.


Defendant was found guilty of leaving the scene of a personal injury accident1 and was sentenced to serve one to five years in prison. On appeal defendant contends that the trial court committed reversible error in permitting the indorsement of certain res gestae witnesses and excusing the production of other res gestae witnesses.

On the first day of defendant's trial, the people moved to indorse the names...

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