People v. Flanagan

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After a jury trial, Defendant was convicted of conspiracy in the sixth degree and two counts of official misconduct. On appeal, the Appellate Division affirmed Defendant’s convictions. The Court of Appeals affirmed the order of the Appellate Division in all respects, holding (1) the jury could have rationally concluded that there was legally sufficient evidence to convict Defendant of official misconduct under a theory of malfeasance; (2) the jury could have rationally concluded that the elements of official misconduct by nonfeasance were established; and (3) there was legally sufficient evidence to support Defendant’s conspiracy conviction. View "People v. Flanagan" on Justia Law

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