No. 1 CA-CR 95-0747.

188 Ariz. 272 (1996)

935 P.2d 850

STATE of Arizona, Appellant, v. Howard CHAN and Mary Louise Wong, Appellees.

Court of Appeals of Arizona, Division 1, Department E.

Review Denied April 29, 1997.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Richard M. Romley, Maricopa County Attorney by Gerald R. Grant, Deputy County Attorney, Phoenix, for Appellant.

Streich Lang by Booker T. Evans and Michael R. Hall, Las Vegas, for Appellee Chan.

Dean W. Trebesch, Maricopa County Public Defender by Edward F. McGee, Deputy Public Defender, Phoenix, for Appellee Wong.



The State of Arizona appeals the dismissal of an indictment against Howard Chan and Mary Wong, who were charged with conspiracy to commit theft and attempted trafficking in stolen property. The trial judge found that the court lacked jurisdiction to hear the case because the Defendants were never in Arizona. The court found that the acts which were committed in Arizona by the co-conspirator, David Cho, could not be imputed to the...

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