California, United States of America
The following excerpt is from People v. Robertson, A141587 (Cal. App. 2016):
reasonably deduce from the evidence. To be sufficient, evidence of each of the essential elements of the crime must be substantial and we must resolve the question of sufficiency in light of the record as a whole. [Citations.]' [Citation.] If we determine that a rational trier of fact could find the essential elements of the crime proven beyond a reasonable doubt, the due process clause of the United States Constitution is satisfied [citation], as is the due process clause of article I, section 15 of the California Constitution. [Citation.]' " (People v. Memro (1995) 11 Cal.4th 786, 861.)
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