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1. "In a criminal case, a verdict of guilt will not be set aside on the ground that it is contrary to the evidence, where the states evidence is sufficient to convince impartial minds of the guilt of the defendant beyond a reasonable doubt. The evidence is to be viewed in the light most favorable to the prosecution. To warrant interference with a verdict of guilt on the ground of insufficiency of evidence, the court must be convinced that the evidence was manifestly inadequate and that consequent inJustice has been done." Syl. pt. 1, State v. Starkey, 161 W.Va. 517, 244 S.E.2d 219 (1978).

GENRE
Professional & Technical
RELEASED
1983
June 27
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
41
Pages
PUBLISHER
LawApp Publishers
SIZE
80.3
KB

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