Sufficiency of evidence
Defendant was convicted of first and second degree criminal sexual conduct. He argued that his conviction on the first degree charge should be reversed because the evidence was insufficient to prove an element of the offense. The Minnesota Court of Appeals held that testimony from the minor victim’s minor sister regarding the details of the criminal sexual conduct, combined with physical evidence, was sufficient to support defendant’s conviction. Affirmed.
State v. Erie, A16-1967, Scott County.
Lynne Torgerson, Esq. was not attorney of record in this case.