Markuson v. Boucher,
175 U.S. 184 (1899)

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Markuson v. Boucher, 175 U.S. 184 (1899)

Markuson v. Boucher

No. 77

Argued and submitted October 27, 1899

Decided November 20, 1899

175 U.S. 184


It is again held that judgments of the state courts in criminal cases should not be reviewed by federal courts through writs of habeas corpus, but the proper remedy in such case, when it is claimed that some right under the Constitution of the United States has been denied the person convicted, is by writ of error.

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