No. 00-CF-892.

804 A.2d 270 (2002)

Elauin L. HEBRON, Appellant, v. UNITED STATES, Appellee.

District of Columbia Court of Appeals.

Decided July 25, 2002.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Deborah A. Persico, Washington, DC, appointed by the court, was on the brief for appellant.

Roscoe C. Howard, Jr., United States Attorney, and John R. Fisher, Elizabeth Trosman, Roger L. Kemp and Joseph W. Clark, Assistant United States Attorneys, were on the brief for appellee.

Before STEADMAN and GLICKMAN, Associate Judges, and KING, Senior Judge.


Appellant Elauin Hebron appeals his conviction for first degree theft on the grounds that the evidence was insufficient to convict him. We must agree with appellant that, under the demanding standards of our case law relating to proof of value, the government did not present sufficient evidence regarding the value of the stolen goods such that appellant could be found guilty of first degree theft. However, we reject appellant's challenge to the sufficiency...

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