PEOPLE v. RAMOS

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District Court of Appeal, Second District, Division 3, California.

PEOPLE v. RAMOS.

Cr. 5129.

Decided: May 20, 1954

Sisto Ramos, in pro. per. Edmund G. Brown, Atty. Gen., William E. James, Deputy Atty. Gen., for respondent.

Defendant was convicted of having committed the infamous crime against nature. Pen.Code, § 286. He appeals from the judgment. Defendant did not testify or offer any evidence in his behalf.

The only point made is that there was no evidence of penetration. Any penetration, however slight is, sufficient to complete the crime. Pen.Code, § 287. Recitation of the nauseating details would serve no purpose. Suffice it to say that a police officer who witnessed the act testified to facts from which the trial judge could reasonably conclude that there had been penetration.

Affirmed.

VALLÉE, Justice.

SHINN, P. J., and PARKER WOOD, J., concur.

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