Commonwealth v. Fuentes

The Pennsylvania Superior Court affirmed the defendant’s convictions but remanded because the trial court did not credit him for pretrial confinement. A jury convicted the defendant of committing sex crimes against a minor. The defendant raised six issues, including that the verdict was against the weight of the evidence, and the trial correct erred in permitting an expert to testify. The Superior Court devoted a lengthy analysis to the defendant’s weight claim before disposing of it and the other claims of error.

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