State v. PittmanAnnotate this Case
Defendant was convicted of second-degree robbery and sentenced to twenty years with sixteen years to serve at the Adult Correctional Institutions and four years suspended with probation. Defendant filed a motion for a new trial. The trial justice denied the motion, finding that “there was more than sufficient evidence” to support the conviction. The Supreme Court affirmed the judgment of the superior court, holding that the trial justice did not overlook or misconceive material evidence in denying Defendant’s motion for a new trial, nor did he commit clear error in denying Defendant’s motion for a new trial.