HEARNE v. SMYLIE, 379 U.S. 692 (1965)

U.S. Supreme Court

HEARNE v. SMYLIE, 379 U.S. 692 (1965)

379 U.S. 692

HEARNE ET AL. v. SMYLIE, GOVERNOR OF IDAHO, ET AL.
APPEAL FROM THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF IDAHO.
No. 617.
Decided February 1, 1965.

Cause continued.

Herman J. McDevitt for appellants.

Allan G. Shepard, Attorney General of Idaho, and M. Allyn Dingel, Jr., Assistant Attorney General, for Williams et al., appellees.

PER CURIAM.

This cause is continued on the docket until the Court Conference of May 21, 1965, before which time the parties are asked to advise the Court by supplemental briefs as to the progress made in reapportioning the Idaho Legislature.

Page 379 U.S. 692, 693




U.S. Supreme Court

HEARNE v. SMYLIE, 379 U.S. 692 (1965)

379 U.S. 692

HEARNE ET AL. v. SMYLIE, GOVERNOR OF IDAHO, ET AL.
APPEAL FROM THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF IDAHO.
No. 617.
Decided February 1, 1965.

Cause continued.

Herman J. McDevitt for appellants.

Allan G. Shepard, Attorney General of Idaho, and M. Allyn Dingel, Jr., Assistant Attorney General, for Williams et al., appellees.

PER CURIAM.

This cause is continued on the docket until the Court Conference of May 21, 1965, before which time the parties are asked to advise the Court by supplemental briefs as to the progress made in reapportioning the Idaho Legislature.

Page 379 U.S. 692, 693

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