Wilson v. City of Port LavacaAnnotate this Case
391 U.S. 352 (1968)
U.S. Supreme Court
Wilson v. City of Port Lavaca, 391 U.S. 352 (1968)
Wilson v. City of Port Lavaca
Decided May 20, 1968
391 U.S. 352
Where the district judge in whose court the case was originally filed adopts as his own a three-judge court's determination that the claim was not "one which must be heard by a three-judge court" and that the relief sought was not warranted, an appeal lies to the Court of Appeals and not to this Court, and therefore the judgment is vacated and remanded to permit entry of a fresh decree from which a timely appeal may be taken to the Court of Appeal.
285 F.Supp. 85, vacated and remanded.
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