PEOPLE v. ARTHUR JOHNSON

Docket No. 12578.

42 Mich. App. 288 (1972)

201 N.W.2d 679

PEOPLE v. ARTHUR JOHNSON.

Michigan Court of Appeals.

Decided July 31, 1972.


Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Frank J. Kelley, Attorney General, Robert A. Derengoski, Solicitor General, William L. Cahalan, Prosecuting Attorney, Dominick R. Carnovale, Chief, Appellate Department, and Thomas P. Smith, Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, for the people.

Carl Ziemba, for defendant on appeal.

Before: V.J. BRENNAN, P.J., and QUINN and O'HARA, JJ.


O'HARA, J.

Defendant appeals his jury conviction for breaking and entering with intent to commit larceny. MCLA 751.110; MSA 28.305.

Our review of the record indicates that in all respects but one the questions presented are the traditional ones of weight and credibility of testimony. The jury resolved them against defendant. Our appellate function does not extend to substituting our judgment for theirs.

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