Peoplev.Layden

Court of Appeal of California, Second DistrictNov 4, 1915
28 Cal.App. 805 (Cal. Ct. App. 1915)
28 Cal.App. 805153 P. 1164

Crim. No. 425.

November 4, 1915.

APPEAL from a judgment of the Superior Court of Imperial County and from an order denying a new trial. Franklin J. Cole, Judge.

The facts are similar to those stated in People v. Morrell, ante, p. 729, [ 153 P. 977], stated in the opinion of the court.

J. A. Berry, for Appellant.

U.S. Webb, Attorney-General, and Robert M. Clarke, Deputy Attorney-General, for Respondent.


Defendant, with two others, Jack Clark and Jack Morrell, was charged with the crime of burglary. Upon trial therefor, separate from his codefendants, he was convicted, and this appeal is prosecuted from the judgment of imprisonment imposed.

An examination of the record shows the facts of the case to be substantially the same as those presented in the case of People v. Morrell, (Crim. No. 424), ante, p. 729, [ 153 P. 977], an opinion in which was this day filed, holding the alleged errors disclosed by the record to be without merit and affirming the judgment.

The reasons there assigned for the decision sustaining the rulings of the trial court are equally potent here, and upon the authority of the opinion in that case, the judgment and the order denying defendant's motion for a new trial are affirmed.