• 0,99 €

Description de l’éditeur

By a petition for a writ of habeas corpus filed on October 17, 1951, Caryl Chessman, an inmate of San Quentin State Prison whose appeal from 17 judgments of conviction was pending, sought relief from allegedly illegal conditions of imprisonment which assertedly interfered with his representation of himself.*fn1 On December 18, 1951, this court affirmed the judgments, two of which imposed the death penalty. (People v. Chessman, 38 Cal. 2d 166 [238 P.2d 1001].) The subject matter of Chessman's petition for habeas corpus has no relevancy whatsoever to the proceedings at the trial which resulted in his conviction or to the legality of the judgments which were imposed and affirmed and under which  he is now confined and awaiting execution; it relates solely

GENRE
Professionnel et technique
SORTIE
1955
1 février
LANGUE
EN
Anglais
LONGUEUR
23
Pages
ÉDITEUR
LawApp Publishers
TAILLE
62.2
Ko

Plus de livres par Supreme Court Of California