On May 8, 1957, Brookshire was convicted of issuing a check with intent to defraud. On January 1, 1957, Brookshire

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On May 8, 1957, Brookshire was convicted of issuing a check with intent to defraud. On January 1, 1957, Brookshire had given a check dated December 31, 1957, to pay his taxes for 1956. On January 7 or 8, 1957, Brookshire’s bank dishonored the check due to insufficient funds. Under these circumstances, should an intent to defraud be inferred from Brookshire’s issuing a postdated check? If not, should the conviction be overturned? (State v. Brookshire, 329 S.W.2d 252)

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Chapter # 30
Section: REVIEW LEGAL CONCEPTS
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