U S v. CANDA, 154 U.S. 674 (1882)

U.S. Supreme Court

U S v. CANDA, 154 U.S. 674 (1882)

154 U.S. 674

UNITED STATES
v.
FERDINAND C. CANDA et al.
No. 257.

April 10, 1882

The Attorney General and the Solicitor General, for the United States.

Mr. Chief Justice WAITE delivered the opinion of the court.

This case comes here on a certificate of division as to questions arising on a motion to quash an information, and must be dismissed for want of jurisdiction, on the authority of U. S. v. Rosenburgh. 7 Wall. 580, and U. S. v. Avery, 13 Wall. 251. It is consequently so ordered.[ U S v. Canda 154 U.S. 674 (1882) ]


U.S. Supreme Court

U S v. CANDA, 154 U.S. 674 (1882)

154 U.S. 674

UNITED STATES
v.
FERDINAND C. CANDA et al.
No. 257.

April 10, 1882

The Attorney General and the Solicitor General, for the United States.

Mr. Chief Justice WAITE delivered the opinion of the court.

This case comes here on a certificate of division as to questions arising on a motion to quash an information, and must be dismissed for want of jurisdiction, on the authority of U. S. v. Rosenburgh. 7 Wall. 580, and U. S. v. Avery, 13 Wall. 251. It is consequently so ordered.[ U S v. Canda 154 U.S. 674 (1882) ]

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