Cross v. United States - 145 U.S. 571 (1892)


U.S. Supreme Court

Cross v. United States, 145 U.S. 571 (1892)

Cross v. United States

No. 1525

Submitted April 25, 1892

Decided May 18, 1892

145 U.S. 571

Syllabus

Under the Act of February 6, 1883, "to provide for writs of error in capital cases," 25 Stat. 655, c. 113, a writ of error does not lie from this Court to the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia to review a judgment of that court in general term affirming a judgment of the trial court convicting a person of a capital crime.

Motion to dismiss. The case is stated in the opinion of the Court.



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