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Commonwealth v. Littles

Argue Date: Thursday March 9, 2017
*Summary:   Criminal; Larceny by Check-- The defendant is appealing a conviction for larceny by check on the basis that the statute deprived her of due process by permitting an inference of knowledge of insufficient funds and intent to defraud where she did not repay a dishonored check within two days of notification.
Justices: Gants, C.J., Lenk, Hines, Gaziano, Lowy, Budd, JJ.
Appellant: Casandra B. Littles
Counsel for Appellant: Joseph Kenyon, Esquire
Appellee: Commonwealth
Counsel for Appellee: Elin H. Graydon, A.D.A. Philip Anthony Mallard, A.D.A.
Court Appealed From: Lawrence District, ES
Lower Court Judge: Michael A. Uhlarik, J.
Route to SJC: Sua Sponte Transfer from Appeals Court
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