New York v. O'NeillAnnotate this Case
359 U.S. 1 (1959)
U.S. Supreme Court
New York v. O'Neill, 359 U.S. 1 (1959)
New York v. O'Neill
Argued November 20, 1958
Decided March 2, 1959
359 U.S. 1
While temporarily in Florida, respondent was summoned to appear at a hearing to determine whether he should be delivered into the custody of a New York official to be taken to New York to testify in a grand jury proceeding. This procedure, and adequate safeguards to protect persons subject to it, were established in Florida by the enactment of the Uniform Law to Secure the Attendance of Witnesses from Within or Without a State in Criminal Proceedings, which had been enacted also in New York, 39 other States and Puerto Rico.
Held: the Florida statute, on its face, does not violate the Privileges and Immunities Clause of Art. IV, § 2 of the Constitution nor the Privileges and Immunities or Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. Pp. 359 U. S. 3-12.
100 So.2d 149 reversed and cause remanded.
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