No. CR 01-788.

65 S.W.3d 394 (2001)

347 Ark. 308

James BROWN v. STATE of Arkansas.

Supreme Court of Arkansas.

December 20, 2001.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

B. Kenneth Johnson, Monticello, for appellant.

Mark Pryor, Att'y Gen., by: Jeffrey Weber, Ass't Att'y Gen., Little Rock, for appellee.


Appellant James Brown was convicted by a jury of one count of second-degree battery, a Class D felony, and two counts of terroristic act, one a Class B felony and the other a Class Y felony. He was sentenced to the statutory minimum of ten years in prison for the Class Y terroristic act conviction and a fine of $1.00 for the Class B and Class D felony convictions. He appeals, raising several points: (1) there was insufficient evidence introduced...

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