EX PARTE RISER, 149 U.S. 191 (1893)

U.S. Supreme Court

EX PARTE RISER, 149 U.S. 191 (1893)

149 U.S. 191

Ex parte RISER.

Ex parte TYLER.

Ex parte GAINES.

Nos. 16, 18, 19, Original.

April 24, 1893

D. A. Townsend, Attorney General of South Carolina, J. Randolph Tucker, Sam'l Lord, and Ira B. Jones, for petitioners.

Henry Crawford and Hugh L. Bond, Jr., for respondents.

Page 149 U.S. 191, 192

Mr. Chief Justice FULLER.

The differences between the general facts in these cases and in that just considered are not controlling as to the result, and for the reasons given in the opinion in that case (13 Sup. Ct. Rep. 785) the applications for the writ of habeas corpus are severally denied.


U.S. Supreme Court

EX PARTE RISER, 149 U.S. 191 (1893)

149 U.S. 191

Ex parte RISER.

Ex parte TYLER.

Ex parte GAINES.

Nos. 16, 18, 19, Original.

April 24, 1893

D. A. Townsend, Attorney General of South Carolina, J. Randolph Tucker, Sam'l Lord, and Ira B. Jones, for petitioners.

Henry Crawford and Hugh L. Bond, Jr., for respondents.

Page 149 U.S. 191, 192

Mr. Chief Justice FULLER.

The differences between the general facts in these cases and in that just considered are not controlling as to the result, and for the reasons given in the opinion in that case (13 Sup. Ct. Rep. 785) the applications for the writ of habeas corpus are severally denied.

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