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RIDDICK v. COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA


RIDDICK v. COMMONWEALTH
OF VIRGINIA

(unpublished)


FEBRUARY 3, 1998
Record No. 0714-97-1

RONALD RIDDICK, S/K/A
RONALD J. RIDDICK

v.

COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA

MEMORANDUM OPINION[1]
BY JUDGE JOSEPH E. BAKER
FROM THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE CITY OF CHESAPEAKE

Russell I. Townsend, Jr., Judge
Present: Judges Baker, Willis and Overton
Argued at Norfolk, Virginia

Steven F. Shames (Shames & Byrum, P.C., on brief), for
appellant.

Marla Graff Decker, Assistant Attorney General (Richard Cullen,
Attorney General, on brief), for appellee.


The sole issue presented by this appeal is whether the
evidence is sufficient to sustain appellant’s bench trial
conviction for concealment of goods valued at $200 or more, in
violation of Code ? 18.2?103.
We note that appellant has failed to comply with Rule 5A:20;
however, we have examined the record and find that the evidence
is sufficient to support the conviction. See Cephas v.
Commonwealth
, 211 Va. 726, 180 S.E.2d 345 (1971).

Accordingly, the judgment of the trial court is affirmed.

Affirmed.

 

 

 

FOOTNOTES:

[1] Pursuant to Code ? 17?116.010 this
opinion is not designated for publication.

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