O'Connor v. Ohio,
385 U.S. 92 (1966)

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O'Connor v. Ohio, 385 U.S. 92 (1966)

O'Connor v. Ohio

No. 477

Decided November 14, 1966

385 U.S. 92


Petitioner's failure at trial and during his first appeal in the state courts to object to prosecutor's comment on his not testifying in criminal trial which resulted in his conviction, review of which was being sought in this Court when Griffin v. California, 380 U. S. 609, was decided, held not to foreclose petitioner's right to attack as unconstitutional the practice of making such comment following its invalidation in Griffin.

Certiorari granted; 6 Ohio St.2d 169, 217 N.E.2d 685, reversed.

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