Stadelman v. Miner,
246 U.S. 311 (1918)

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Stadelman v. Miner, 246 U.S. 311 (1918)

Stadelman v. Miner

No. 644

Petition for rehearing

Leave to file granted, petition allowed

and former dismissal vacated March 18, 1918

246 U.S. 311


The case having been dismissed for want of a federal question, the court grants leave to file, and treats as filed, a petition for rehearing and orders that the case stand for consideration on the prior submission, the fact that a federal question was raised and decided on a former hearing in the state court being shown by the official report of its opinion and the failure of counsel to include that opinion in the record, as should have been done, or to refer to the decision in their briefs and arguments being due to excusable inadvertence.

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