State v. HannaAnnotate this Case
After a jury trial, Defendant was convicted of accountability for robbery. Defendant was sentenced to thirty years imprisonment with ten years suspended and ordered to pay restitution in an unspecified amount. The Supreme Court affirmed in part and remanded in part, holding that the district court (1) properly instructed the jury on accountability for robbery; (2) did not err in denying Defendant’s motion to dismiss for insufficient evidence; and (3) erred in requesting that correctional authorities determine restitution upon Defendant’s release. Remanded for a determination of the amount of restitution Defendant owed for the victim’s medical expenses.