United States v. Pile
130 U.S. 280 (1889)

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United States v. Pile, 130 U.S. 280 (1889)

United States v. Pile

No. 206

Argued and submitted March 15, 1889

Decided April 8, 1889

130 U.S. 280

CERTIFICATE OF DIVISION IN OPINION FROM THE CIRCUIT COURT

OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE MIDDLE DISTRICT OF TENNESSEE

Syllabus

The suspension of the execution of a judgment in a criminal case until the next term of court, unaccompanied by any pending motion for a rehearing or modification of the judgment or other proceeding taken at the term of court when the judgment was rendered, leaves the judgment in full force, and the court without further jurisdiction of the case.

A certificate of division in opinion upon a matter over which the court below has no jurisdiction brings nothing before this Court for review.

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