Sunday, November 17, 2013

People v. Sattlekau case brief

People v. Sattlekau case brief summary
104 N.Y.S. 805 (1907)

CASE SYNOPSIS
Defendant sought review of a judgment of the Court of General Sessions of the Peace in and for the County of New York (New York), convicted him of grand larceny in the first degree by false pretenses.

CASE FACTS
Defendant was convicted of grand larceny in the first degree by false pretenses.

DISCUSSION

  • Upon review, the court affirmed the conviction, holding that there were no reversible errors. 
  • The court held that the State proved that he made false representations of existing facts to induce his victim to give him money. 
  • The court held that the State proved a deliberate intention to defraud, the falsity of the pretenses made, and the reliance by the victim thereon.

CONCLUSION
The court affirmed defendant's conviction for grand larceny in the first degree by false pretenses.


Recommended Supplements for Criminal Law

No comments:

Post a Comment

Search Thousands of Case Briefs and Articles.