The defendant, a juvenile, appeals the judgment of delinquency. He contends that the evidence was insufficient to support the prosecution since it was predicated solely on the corroborating testimony of a co-participant. Citing Code 38-121 it is urged that, as in a criminal prosecution, corroboration of an accomplice's testimony is essential. Held:
In numerous decisions our courts have held that corroboration of an accomplice is not necessary to sustain a misdemeanor conviction. Martin v. State, 17 Ga. App. 372 (1) (86 SE 945)
and cits.; Fields v. State, 88 Ga. App. 770 (1) (77 SE2d 751)
. For, Code 38-121 specifically requires corroboration "in any case of felony," otherwise, "the testimony of a single witness is generally sufficient to establish a fact." Since this was not a felony case, we therefore find there was some evidence to sustain the defendant's adjudication as a delinquent.