6 Div. 856.

369 So.2d 318 (1979)

Malcolm GRACE and Willodean Grace v. STATE.

Court of Criminal Appeals of Alabama.

March 27, 1979.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Jerry W. Jackson, Haleyville, for appellants.

William J. Baxley, Atty. Gen., and John Gibbs, Asst. Atty. Gen, for the State, appellee.

JOSEPH J. MULLINS, Retired Circuit Judge.

The grand jury of Winston County returned separate indictments against the appellants, Malcolm and Willodean Grace, charging that each of the appellants did carnally know, or abuse in the attempt to carnally know, a girl under the age of twelve years.

Each appellant entered a plea of not guilty and consented to a joint trial. A jury found each appellant guilty of carnal knowledge as charged in the indictment. The trial...


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