McCrary v. Indiana,
364 U.S. 277 (1960)

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McCrary v. Indiana, 364 U.S. 277 (1960)

McCrary v. Indiana

No. 417, Misc.

Decided June 27, 1960

364 U.S. 277


Petitioner alleges he was denied equal protection because as a pauper he was unable to furnish and pay for transcript of trial required by court rules to be filed with appeal in post-conviction proceeding in state court, and also that he was denied services of public defender.

Held: certiorari granted; order of dismissal vacated; and case remanded for further consideration.

239 Ind. 707, 158 N.E.2d 292, vacated and remanded.

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