Osborne v. Clark,
204 U.S. 565 (1907)

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Osborne v. Clark, 204 U.S. 565 (1907)

Osborne v. Clark

No. 159

Argued January 16, 1907

Decided February 25, 1907

204 U.S. 565


The fact that a state statute which was assailed in the state court as invalid under the constitution of the state might have been assailed on similar grounds as also invalid under the Constitution of the United States does not give this Court jurisdiction to review under § 709, Rev.Stat., on writ of error where the objections to the decision under the Constitution of the United States were suggested for the first time on taking the writ of error.

The facts are stated in the opinion.

Page 204 U. S. 567

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