Caro v. DavidsonAnnotate this Case
197 U.S. 197 (1905)
U.S. Supreme Court
Caro v. Davidson, 197 U.S. 197 (1905)
Caro v. Davidson
Submitted January 23, 1905
Decided March 13, 1905
197 U.S. 197
Where the record discloses no title, right, privilege or immunity, specially set up or claimed under the Constitution, or any law of the United States, which was denied by the decision, nor any assertion of an infraction of any provision of the Constitution, and the right of review by this Court is based on the contention that the validity under the constitution of a state statute is necessarily drawn in question and sustained, the writ will be dismissed unless a definite issue as to the validity of such statute is distinctly deducible from the record and it appears that the judgment could not have rested on grounds not involving its validity.
The facts are stated in the opinion.
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