James Roland Brown v. State Texas
By The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals
- Release Date: 1970-09-23
- Genre: Law
James Roland Brown v. State Texas The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
The offense is felony embezzlement of forks and spoons. The indictment alleged that appellant was the agent, servant and employee of Jack W. Crowe and that he did fraudulently embezzle, misapply and convert to his own use, without the consent of said Jack W. Crowe, said property which had come into the possession and was under the care of appellant by virtue of his employment as such agent, servant and employee.
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