VIRGINIA v. MARYLAND
355 U.S. 3 (1957)

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VIRGINIA v. MARYLAND, 355 U.S. 3 (1957)

355 U.S. 3

VIRGINIA v. MARYLAND.
ON MOTIONS.
No. 12, Original.
Decided October 14, 1957.

Motion of Virginia for temporary restraining order denied.

Motion for leave to withdraw appearance of J. Lindsay Almond, Jr., as counsel for plaintiff granted.

J. Lindsay Almond, Jr., then Attorney General, Kenneth C. Patty, then Assistant Attorney General, and C. F. Hicks, Assistant Attorney General, filed a motion for a temporary restraining order for the Commonwealth of Virginia. Subsequently, resigning as Attorney General, Mr. Almond requested leave to withdraw his appearance and that Mr. Patty, who succeeded him as Attorney General, be substituted.

C. Ferdinand Sybert, Attorney General, Joseph S. Kaufman, Assistant Attorney General, and Edward S. Digges, Special Assistant Attorney General, for the State of Maryland, filed an answer to the motion for a temporary restraining order.

PER CURIAM.

The motion of the Commonwealth of Virginia for a temporary restraining order is denied. The motion for leave to withdraw the appearance of J. Lindsay Almond, Jr., as counsel for the plaintiff, is granted.

Page 355 U.S. 3, 4




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