Appeal from judgment of sentence of Court of Common Pleas, Trial Division, of Philadelphia, Nov. T., 1972, No. 940, in case of Commonwealth of Pennsylvania v. Robert Minor.
Nino V. Tinari, for appellant.
David Richman and Albert L. Becker, Assistant District Attorneys, Abraham J. Gafni, Deputy District Attorney, Richard A. Sprague, First Assistant District Attorney, and F. Emmett Fitzpatrick, District Attorney, for Commonwealth, appellee.
Watkins, P. J., Jacobs, Hoffman, Cercone, Price, van der Voort, and Spaeth, JJ. Opinion by Price, J.
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This is a direct appeal by appellant from his conviction of burglary and larceny after a jury trial on
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March 5 and 6, 1973, and sentencing on July 2, 1973, for burglary, 6 to 23 months in Philadelphia County Prison, and for larceny, 6 to 23 months in Philadelphia County Prison, with the sentences to run concurrently. The issues raised are the sufficiency of the evidence to establish appellant's guilt beyond a reasonable doubt, and whether the verdict was against the weight of the evidence.
Although appellant also raises the question of error in the lower court's charge, his brief concedes that the charge correctly states the law. Further, there were no exceptions taken and the issue was not raised on post-trial motion, and is therefore waived and will not be considered.
It is conceded that appellant at no time entered the building that was burglarized and that he was never in possession of the personal property taken from the building. Appellant was tried as an accessory and conspirator with one Benjamin Mitchell and convicted by jury verdict under proper instructions of the lower court on both charges.
Timely motions for arrest of judgment and for a new trial were made and denied by the lower court by opinion and order filed May 24, 1973.
In determining whether the evidence was sufficient to support the guilty verdict, we accept the Commonwealth's evidence as true, including all reasonable inferences therefrom. Commonwealth v. McFadden, 448 Pa. 146, 292 A.2d 358 (1972); Commonwealth v. Portalatin, 223 Pa. Superior Ct. 33, 297 A.2d 144 (1972). So viewed, the testimony will show why the lower court was correct in dismissing ...