No. 05-92-01950-CR.

876 S.W.2d 428 (1994)

Elbert CLEWIS v. The STATE of Texas.

Court of Appeals of Texas, Dallas.

March 15, 1994.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

George E. Ashford, III, Dallas, for appellant.

April E. Smith, Dallas, for appellee.

Before McGARRY, C.J., and LAGARDE and BARBER, JJ.


LAGARDE, Justice.

A jury convicted Elbert Clewis of burglary of a building and assessed punishment, enhanced by two prior convictions, at fifty-five years' confinement. Clewis appeals his conviction, asserting in a single point of error that the evidence is factually insufficient to support the conviction. He urges this Court to adopt a new standard for reviewing a factual sufficiency challenge. We decline to do so and affirm.

In his sole...

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