No. 73,104.

261 Kan. 294 (1997)

933 P.2d 126

STATE OF KANSAS, Appellee, v. WILLIAM J. FRITZ, Appellant.

Supreme Court of Kansas.

Opinion filed January 24, 1997.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Thomas Jacquinot, special appellate defender, argued the cause, and Jessica R. Kunen, chief appellate defender, was with him on the brief for appellant.

Roger N. Walter, general counsel, Office of the Securities Commissioner of Kansas, argued the cause, and Carla J. Stovall, attorney general, was with him on the briefs for appellee.

The opinion of the court was delivered by


William Fritz appealed his jury convictions of four counts of theft by deception and four violations of the Kansas Loan Broker's Act, K.S.A. 50-1001 et seq. The Court of Appeals affirmed the violations of the Loan Broker's Act. It reversed the judgment on the convictions of theft by deception and remanded for resentencing. The State's petition for review...

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