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OLIVER v. THE STATE.
39618.
JORDAN, Judge.
Carrying concealed weapon. Walker City Court. Before Judge McClure.
The defendant was convicted in the City Court of Walker County of the offense of carrying a concealed weapon. From the order of the court denying his motion for new trial on the general grounds he appeals to this court for review. Held:
While we feel sure that the General Assembly did not intend to include a common pocket knife in the type weapons included in this Code section, it was purely a question for the jury in this case to determine whether or not the knife exhibited to them met the definition laid down in the Code section. No attack being made on this portion of the statute and the evidence being sufficient to support the verdict, the judgment of the trial court must be affirmed.
Earl B. Self, Solicitor, contra.
D. L. Lomenick, Jr., for plaintiff in error.
DECIDED SEPTEMBER 5, 1962.
Friday May 22 23:01 EDT


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