HARPER v. VIRGINIA STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS, 382 U.S. 951 (1965)

U.S. Supreme Court

HARPER v. VIRGINIA STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS, 382 U.S. 951

382 U.S. 951

Annie E. HARPER et al., appellants,
v.
VIRGINIA STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS et al.
No. 48.

Supreme Court of the United States

December 13, 1965

Solicitor General Marshall, for movant.

The motion of the Solicitor General for leave to participate in the oral argument, as amicus curiae, is granted and thirty minutes are allotted for that purpose. Counsel for the appellees are allotted an additional thirty minutes for oral argument.




U.S. Supreme Court

HARPER v. VIRGINIA STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS, 382 U.S. 951

382 U.S. 951

Annie E. HARPER et al., appellants,
v.
VIRGINIA STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS et al.
No. 48.

Supreme Court of the United States

December 13, 1965

Solicitor General Marshall, for movant.

The motion of the Solicitor General for leave to participate in the oral argument, as amicus curiae, is granted and thirty minutes are allotted for that purpose. Counsel for the appellees are allotted an additional thirty minutes for oral argument.

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