Campbell v. Olney,
262 U.S. 352 (1923)

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Campbell v. Olney, 262 U.S. 352 (1923)

Campbell v. City Olney

No. 266

Submitted April 20, 1923

Decided May 21, 1923

262 U.S. 352


1. Unless a federal right is involved, a state court's application of the local laws will not be renewed here. P. 262 U. S. 354.

2. Where a property owner, complaining of a special sidewalk assessment, had full opportunity, under the state laws, to be heard before the assessment was made, and a reasonable time thereafter to bring suit to set it aside, or to correct it or any proceeding with reference to it, but failed to avail himself of these rights, and did not draw in question the validity of the state laws, held that a contention that he was denied due process of law was not even colorable. Id.

Writ of error dismissed.

Error to a judgment of a county court, of Texas (the highest court to which the cause could be taken in that state) in favor of the City of Olney in its action to collect a sidewalk assessment from the plaintiff in error.

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