Minder v. Georgia,
183 U.S. 559 (1902)

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Minder v. Georgia, 183 U.S. 559 (1902)

Minder v. Georgia

No. 417

Argued December 3, 1801

Decided January 6, 1902

183 U.S. 559


This Court cannot interfere with the administration of justice in the State of Georgia because it is not within the power of the courts of that state to compel the attendance of witnesses who are beyond the limits of the state, or because the taking or use of depositions of witnesses so situated in criminal cases on behalf of defendants is not provided for by statute and may not be recognized in Georgia.

The case is stated in the opinion of the court.

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