P.C.B. v. Juvenile Officer, WD 84266

CourtCourt of Appeal of Missouri (US)
Writing for the CourtPER CURIAM.
Citation634 S.W.3d 652 (Mem)
Docket NumberWD 84266
Decision Date23 November 2021
Parties In the Interest of: P.C.B., Appellant, v. JUVENILE OFFICER, Respondent.

634 S.W.3d 652 (Mem)

In the Interest of: P.C.B., Appellant,

WD 84266

Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District.


Damien S De Loyola, Kansas City, MO, Counsel for Appellant.

Michael A Herrin, Kansas City, MO, Counsel for Respondent.

Before Division Two: Mark D. Pfeiffer, Presiding Judge, Karen King Mitchell, Judge, Anthony Rex Gabbert, Judge


Per Curiam:

P.C.B. appeals the judgment of the Jackson County Circuit Court sustaining the allegation that he committed acts, which if he were an adult would constitute burglary in the first degree, section 569.160, RSMo. He raises three points on appeal. P.C.B. complains that the trial court erred in finding sufficient evidence to sustain the allegations against him and in refusing to admit another party's prior guilty plea. He also claims that he received ineffective assistance of counsel. Because a published opinion would have no precedential value, a memorandum has been

provided to the parties. The judgment is affirmed. Rule 84.16(b).

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