397 Pa.Super. 140 (1990)

579 A.2d 970

COMMONWEALTH of Pennsylvania v. William A. LONG, Appellant.

Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.

Filed August 20, 1990.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Stanton D. Levenson, Pittsburgh, for appellant.

James R. Gilmore, Asst. Dist. Atty., Pittsburgh, for Com., appellee.

Before CIRILLO, President Judge, and POPOVICH and HESTER, JJ.

HESTER, Judge:

This is a direct appeal from the judgment of sentence of ten to twenty years imprisonment entered following appellant's conviction by a jury of murder of the third degree. We affirm.

Appellant, William Long, was convicted on May 3, 1989, for the shooting death of Jonathan Bailey on August 20, 1988. Following the denial of post-verdict motions, appellant was sentenced. This timely appeal followed.

Appellant presents one issue for our...

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