282 N.W.2d 926 (Mich. 1978), 60706, People v. Williams
|Citation:||282 N.W.2d 926, 402 Mich. 950|
|Party Name:||PEOPLE of the State of Michigan, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. Horace Lee WILLIAMS, Defendant-Appellant.|
|Case Date:||May 31, 1978|
|Court:||Supreme Court of Michigan|
On order of the Court, the application for leave to appeal is considered [402 Mich. 950] and, pursuant to GCR 1963, 853.2(4), in lieu of leave to appeal, the matter is REMANDED to the trial court for a hearing to determine whether events at the fashion show were part of the res gestae of the offense and, if so, for a hearing pursuant to [402 Mich. 951] People v. Robinson, 390 Mich. 629, 213 N.W.2d 106 (1973), and for resentencing, if necessary, for the reasons stated by Judge Bashara in his dissent. People v. Williams, 77 Mich.App. 402, 406, 258 N.W.2d 737 (1977).
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