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02/02/94 STATE TENNESSEE v. VICTOR L. JACKSON AND

February 2, 1994

STATE OF TENNESSEE, APPELLEE,
v.
VICTOR L. JACKSON AND CHOYA M. WILLIAMS, APPELLANTS.



Shelby County. Joseph B. Dailey, Judge. (Murder First Degree)

Jones, Dwyer, Tipton

The opinion of the court was delivered by: Jones

The appellants, Victor L. Jackson and Choya M. Williams, were convicted of murder in the first degree; and both appellants were sentenced to life in the Department of Correction. Both of the appellants contend that the evidence contained in the record is insufficient, as a matter of law, to support a finding by a rational trier of fact that they are guilty of murder in the first degree beyond a reasonable doubt.

The judgment of the trial court is affirmed.

On or about the 7th day of April, 1991, the victim, Albert Blair, became embroiled in an argument with the girlfriend of Victor L. Jackson. When the girlfriend came too close to Blair during the heat of the argument, he pushed her away from him. She told Blair: "You won't live to see your next birthday." That night the appellants approached Lavern Madison and a friend. They wanted to know where the victim lived. When an answer was not forthcoming, Williams placed a pistol in the face of Madison's friend and demanded to know where the victim lived in the ...


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