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Court of Appeals of Georgia.



Decided: March 28, 2022

Whitmer & Law, George H. Law, for Appellant. Daniel J. Porter, District Attorney, Ryan Andrew Fisher, Assistant District Attorney, for Appellee.

Jereno Sadatrice Kinslow was convicted of one count of computer trespass. In Kinslow v. State,1 he challenged the sufficiency of the evidence to support his conviction, and we affirmed.2 The Supreme Court of Georgia granted Kinslow's petition for certiorari and reversed this Court's judgment, ruling that the evidence was insufficient to support the conviction under the Code section relied upon by the State, OCGA § 16-9-93 (b) (2).3

We hereby vacate our earlier opinion, adopt the opinion of the Supreme Court as our own, and reverse the judgment of conviction by the trial court.

Judgment reversed.


1.   353 Ga. App. 839, 839 S.E.2d 660 (2020).

2.   See id.

3.   See Kinslow v. State, 311 Ga. 768, 768-769, 860 S.E.2d 444 (2021).

Doyle, Presiding Judge.

Markle, J., and Senior Appellate Judge Herbert E. Phipps concur.

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Docket No: A19A2460

Decided: March 28, 2022

Court: Court of Appeals of Georgia.

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