Snyder v. Rosenbaum
215 U.S. 261 (1909)

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Snyder v. Rosenbaum, 215 U.S. 261 (1909)

Snyder v. Rosenbaum

No. 25

Argued November 8, 9, 1909

Decided December 6, 1909

215 U.S. 261

Syllabus

In this case, the judgment of the Supreme Court of the Territory of Oklahoma involving contract rights is affirmed.

The opinion of the Supreme Court of the territory followed to the effect that the facts stated constituted duress within the meaning of the territorial statute

Stating only part of a statutory definition of duress in the charge to the jury held not reversible error, it not appearing that the defendant was hurt thereby.

18 Okl. 168 affirmed.

The facts are stated in the opinion.

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