People v. Edgar - Supreme Court Of California

People v. Edgar

By Supreme Court Of California

  • Release Date - Published: 1963-07-09
  • Book Genre: Law
  • Author: Supreme Court Of California
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A jury found defendants Edgar and Hollowell guilty of extortion (Pen. Code, § 520), and conspiracy to commit extortion. (Pen. Code, § 182.) In committing these crimes, defendants arranged for Hollowell to take a flashlight picture of the victim, OConnell, in a compromising position with defendant Edgar in the front seat of OConnells car at night. On the basis of OConnells testimony as to what occurred in the car, the jury also found Edgar guilty of oral copulation. (Pen. Code, § 288a.) At the trial Edgar admitted being present in the car and signaling Hollowell to take a picture through the windshield as OConnell leaned over him. He denied, however, that he intended to let OConnell commit an act of oral copulation and testified that no such act took place. He appeals only from the part of the judgment convicting him of violating section 288a of the Penal Code.

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