General Relativity with nonvanishing torsion has been investigated in the first order formalism of Poincare gauge field theory. In the presence of torsion, either side of the Einstein equation has the nonvanishing covariant divergence. This fact turned out to be self-consistent in the framework under consideration. By using Noether's procedure with the definition of the Lie derivative where the general coordinate transformation and the local Lorentz rotation are combined, the revised covariant divergence of the energy momentum is consistently obtained. Subsequently we have definitely derived the spin correction to the energy momentum tensor for the Dirac field and the Rarita-Schwinger field in the Einstein equation. We conjecture that the accelerated expansion of the universe possibly arises due to the spin correction in our framework.