Bogdanov v. People
Colorado Supreme Court
955 P.2d 997 (1997)
Branko Bogdanov (defendant) and three women entered a warehouse clothing store with the intent to commit theft. While two of the women distracted sales clerks at one end of the store, Bogdanov held up a large pair of pants while the third woman slipped into the office and took about $2,200 in cash and $1,100 in checks from a safe. Bogdanov was convicted under a complicity theory of second-degree burglary of a warehouse and theft and of criminal conspiracy to commit theft. Bogdanov appealed, arguing that the trial court’s instruction on complicity violated his due process rights.
Rule of Law
Holding and Reasoning (Kourlis, J.)
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