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State v. Chan

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Wednesday, December 18, 2013

A-13-0237, State of Nebraska v. Hokming B. Chan (Appellant)

Lancaster County, District Judge John A. Colborn

Attorney for Appellant:  Robert G. Hays (Deputy Public Defender)

Attorney for Appellee:  Stacy M. Foust (Assistant Attorney General)

Criminal Action:  Possession with Intent to Deliver (Marijuana)

Action Taken by Trial Court: After a jury trial, Chan was convicted of possession with intent to deliver (marijuana), a class III felony. He was sentenced to 2 to 4 years in prison. 

Assignments of Error on Appeal:  Chan assigns that (1) the district erred in overruling his motion to dismiss; (2) the district court erred in overruling his motion for a directed verdict; (3) the evidence was insufficient to support the jury’s guilty verdict; and (4) the sentence imposed was excessive.


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