EDWARDS v. SOUTH CAROLINA., 369 U.S. 870 (1962)

U.S. Supreme Court

EDWARDS v. SOUTH CAROLINA. , 369 U.S. 870 (1962)

369 U.S. 870

James EDWARDS, Jr., et al, petitioners,
v.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
No. 819.

Supreme Court of the United States

May 14, 1962

Jack Greenberg, Constance Baker Motley, James M. Nabrit III, Matthew J. Perry, Lincoln C. Jenkins, Jr. and Donald James Sampson, for petitioners.

Daniel R. McLeod, Atty. Gen. of South Carolina, Everett N. Brandon, Asst. Atty. Gen., and J. C. Coleman, Jr., for respondent.

Petition for writ of certiorari to the Supreme Court of South Carolina.

Granted.[ Edwards v. South Carolina. 369 U.S. 870 (1962) ]


U.S. Supreme Court

EDWARDS v. SOUTH CAROLINA. , 369 U.S. 870 (1962)

369 U.S. 870

James EDWARDS, Jr., et al, petitioners,
v.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
No. 819.

Supreme Court of the United States

May 14, 1962

Jack Greenberg, Constance Baker Motley, James M. Nabrit III, Matthew J. Perry, Lincoln C. Jenkins, Jr. and Donald James Sampson, for petitioners.

Daniel R. McLeod, Atty. Gen. of South Carolina, Everett N. Brandon, Asst. Atty. Gen., and J. C. Coleman, Jr., for respondent.

Petition for writ of certiorari to the Supreme Court of South Carolina.

Granted.[ Edwards v. South Carolina. 369 U.S. 870 (1962) ]

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