KANSAS OFFICE of
  REVISOR of STATUTES

  

Home >> Statutes >> Back


Click to open printable format in new window.Printable Format
 | Next

21-3303.

History: L. 1982, ch. 132, § 1; L. 1992, ch. 239, § 36; L. 1993, ch. 291, § 279; L. 2006, ch. 146, § 7; L. 2010, ch. 109, § 3; Repealed, L. 2011, ch. 30, § 288; July 1.

Law Review and Bar Journal References:

"Survey of Kansas Law: Criminal Law," Robert A. Wason, 32 K.L.R. 395, 404, 406, 407, 408 (1984).

CASE ANNOTATIONS

1. Information in language of statute sufficient; elements of crime discussed. State v. Bird, 238 Kan. 160, 167, 708 P.2d 946 (1985).

2. Disbarment following voluntary surrender of certificate after plea of guilty hereto. In re Sturgis, 239 Kan. 527, 720 P.2d 1118 (1986).

3. Cited; principles applied in determining sufficiency of indictment or information examined. State v. Bird, 240 Kan. 288, 294, 729 P.2d 1136 (1986).

4. Sufficiency of evidence, instructions on reasonable doubt, evidence of prior crimes, prosecutorial statements in closing arguments examined. State v. Dunn, 249 Kan. 488, 489, 820 P.2d 412 (1991).

5. Charges filed hereunder and under K.S.A. 21-3205, aiding and abetting, not multiplicitous nor merged; each crime involves different elements. State v. Edwards, 250 Kan. 320, 321, 330, 826 P.2d 1355 (1992).

6. Prosecution under K.S.A. 61-4141, based upon facilitation, requires proof of the actual commission of the underlying felony. State v. Garrison, 252 Kan. 929, 933, 936, 850 P.2d 244 (1993).

7. Under facts, solicitation to commit first-degree murder is not a lesser included offense of aiding and abetting first-degree murder. State v. DePriest, 258 Kan. 596, 604, 907 P.2d 868 (1995).

8. KDOC use of all records available in making retroactivity determination does not violate offenders' rights to due process. Farris v. McKune, 259 Kan. 181, 186, 911 P.2d 177 (1996).

9. No error in trial court's failure to instruct jury on criminal solicitation as a lesser included offense of murder. State v. Webber, 260 Kan. 263, 280, 918 P.2d 609 (1996).

10. Requires proof of specific intent; specific intent distinguished from general intent. State v. Esher, 22 Kan. App. 2d 779, 783, 922 P.2d 1123 (1996).

11. Rule requiring two witnesses or one witness and corroborating circumstances to prove perjury inapplicable to crime of solicitation to commit perjury. State v. Ellis, 25 Kan. App. 2d 61, 957 P.2d 520 (1998).

12. Evidence held sufficient to support conviction of criminal solicitation based on inmate's letter to acquaintance asking friend to "take her out, because of what she knows." State v. Mason, 268 Kan. 37, 40, 986 P.2d 387 (1999).

13. Sufficient evidence to support conviction of solicitation to commit first-degree murder. State v. Juiliano, 268 Kan. 89, 96, 98, 991 P.2d 408 (1999).

14. Conflicting statutory provisions prescribing different sentences for criminal offense, rule of leniency applicable. State v. Horn, 288 Kan. 690, 206 P.3d 526 (2009).


 | Next

LEGISLATIVE COORDINATING COUNCIL
  12/18/2023 Meeting Notice Agenda
  LCC Policies

REVISOR OF STATUTES
  2023 New, Amended and Repealed by KSA
  2023 New, Amended and Repealed by Bill
  2024 Valid Section Numbers
  Chapter 72 Statute Transfer List
  Kansas School Equity & Enhancement Act
  Gannon v. State
  Information for Special Session 2021
  General Info., Legal Analysis & Research
  2022 Amended & Repealed Statutes
  2021 Amended & Repealed Statutes
  2020 Amended & repealed Statutes
  2019 Amended & Repealed Statutes

USEFUL LINKS
Session Laws

OTHER LEGISLATIVE SITES
Kansas Legislature
Administrative Services
Division of Post Audit
Research Department