Viglione v. State

No. 69-827 | Fla. Dist. Ct. App. | May 26, 1971

PER CURIAM.

On the basis of our review of the briefs, the record on appeal and the oral argument, we are of the opinion that the appellant has failed to demonstrate reversible error. The final judgment from which this appeal is taken is, therefore, affirmed. See Robinson v. State, Fla.App.1970, 237 So. 2d 268" date_filed="1970-06-29" court="Fla. Dist. Ct. App." case_name="Robinson v. State">237 So.2d 268; Watson v. State, Fla.1966, 190 So. 2d 161" date_filed="1966-07-27" court="Fla." case_name="Watson v. State">190 So.2d 161, and Baisden v. State, Fla.App.1967, 203 So. 2d 194" date_filed="1967-09-29" court="Fla. Dist. Ct. App." case_name="Baisden v. State">203 So. 2d 194.

CROSS, C. J., MAGER, J., and Mc-LANE, RALPH M., Associate Judge, concur.