People v. Ware Court: Supreme Court of California, Docket: S263923, Opinion Date: December 1, 2022. The Supreme Court reversed Defendant's conviction for conspiracy to commit murder, holding that there was insufficient evidence to support the conviction. After a jury trial, Defendant and his codefendants were found guilty of conspiracy to commit murder and other offenses. As to all three defendants, the jury found that the conspiracy was for the benefit of a criminal street gang. Defendant appealed, challenging the sufficiency of the evidence. The court of appeal affirmed. The Supreme Court reversed, holding that, after considering the record in its entirety, the evidence presented at trial was insufficient to show that Defendant had the requisite intent to enter into an agreement to commit murder.
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