McGlocklin
v.
State

Court of Criminal Appeals of TexasMay 16, 1934
126 Tex. Crim. 307 (Tex. Crim. App. 1934)
126 Tex. Crim. 30771 S.W.2d 513

No. 16700.

Delivered April 18, 1934. Rehearing Denied (Without Written Opinion) May 16, 1934.

Bill of Exception — Statement of Facts.

Where the indictment properly charges the offense, no question is presented for review by record containing neither bills of exception nor statement of facts.

Appeal from the District Court of Collin County. Tried below before the Hon. F. E. Wilcox, Judge.

Appeal from conviction for possession of liquor for purpose of sale; penalty, confinement in the penitentiary for four years.

Affirmed.

The opinion states the case.

Wallace Hughston, of McKinney, and Floyd Harry, of Farmersville, for appellant.

Lloyd W. Davidson, State's Attorney, of Austin, for the State.


Conviction is for the possession for the purpose of sale of malt liquor containing in excess of 3.2% of alcohol by weight. Punishment, four years in the penitentiary.

The prosecution appears to have been under the provisions of chapter 116, Acts 43d Legislature, Regular Session.

The indictment properly charges the offense. No statement of facts or bills of exception are found in the record. No question is presented for review.

The judgment is affirmed.

Affirmed.