Norris v. AlabamaAnnotate this Case
294 U.S. 587 (1935)
U.S. Supreme Court
Norris v. Alabama, 294 U.S. 587 (1935)
Norris v. Alabama
Argued February 15, 18, 1935
Decided April 1, 1935
294 U.S. 587
1. Exclusion of all negroes from a grand jury by which a negro is indicted, or from the petit jury by which he is tried for the offense, resulting from systematic and arbitrary exclusion of negroes from the jury lists solely because of their race or color, is a denial of the equal protection of the laws guaranteed to him by the Fourteenth Amendment. P. 294 U. S. 589.
2. Whenever a conclusion of law of a state court as to a federal right is so intermingled with findings of fact that the latter control the former, it is incumbent upon this Court to analyze the facts in order that the enforcement of the federal right may be assured. P. 294 U. S. 590.
229 Ala. 226; 156 So. 556, reversed.
CERTIORARI, 293 U.S. 552, to review a judgment affirming a conviction of rape.
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