No. 13 MARCH TERM, 1978, Appeal from the Judgment of Sentence entered on October 4, 1977, in the Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Criminal Division, at No. CC7701053A.
Lester G. Nauhaus, John H. Corbett, Jr., Asst. Public Defenders, Pittsburgh, for appellant.
Robert E. Colville, Dist. Atty., Robert L. Eberhardt, Deputy Dist. Atty., Charles W. Johns, Asst. Dist. Atty., Pittsburgh, for appellee.
Eagen, C. J., and O'Brien, Roberts, Nix, Larsen, Flaherty and Kauffman, JJ. Roberts, J., concurs in the result.
On July 1, 1977, appellant, Reginald Marks, was convicted of third degree murder in connection with a fatal shooting
following an altercation in the parking lot of a bar. Appellant presents three arguments on appeal: (1) that trial counsel was subject to a conflict of interest; (2) that the evidence was insufficient to sustain a third degree murder conviction; and (3) that appellant's sentence reconsideration hearing was inadequate.
After careful review of the briefs and record, we have found these arguments to be without merit.
Judgment of sentence affirmed.