In People v. Raschke, 73 Cal. 378, it was held that if one, through false representations, obtains the possession of personal property with the consent of the owner, but without a change of the general title, he is guilty of larceny, upon subsequently converting the same to his own use, if he had the felonious intent to steal the property at the time the possession was obtained.Summary of this case from Grin v. Shine
Appeal from Rule 23 Order No. 3-01-0007, filed 02/14/02.
Leave to appeal denied.