White v. Florida
458 U.S. 1301 (1982)

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U.S. Supreme Court

White v. Florida, 458 U.S. 1301 (1982)

White v. Florida

No. A-130

Decided August 13, 1982

458 U.S. 966

Syllabus

An application to stay the judgment and mandate of the Florida Supreme Court, pending filing and disposition of certiorari, is denied. The judgment upheld applicant's conviction for first-degree murder and his death sentence. Although the application establishes that applicant may suffer irreparable harm in the future, there is no indication that the harm is imminent. No execution date has been set, and the State does not contemplate that one will be set in the near future. The application also does not specify the issues for which certiorari will be sought or the reasons why review is appropriate. Absent such a specification, it cannot be determined whether there is a reasonable probability that four Members of the Court would find that this case merits review.

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