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Beschreibung des Verlags
Defendant was charged with and convicted of two counts of the sale of marijuana. His defense was that he had not made the sales. He was sentenced to from five to six years with the sentences to run consecutively. He appeals the convictions. Defendant contends (1) that testimony introduced at the trial that he was a marijuana "addict" was prejudicial, (2) that testimony of an attempted purchase made subsequent to and at a different time from the sales charged in the indictment was improperly admitted, (3) that he was entitled to a directed verdict of acquittal because the states testimony shows that the sales were solicited in such a manner as to constitute entrapment. The defendants contentions will be considered in the order heretofore set forth.