Molinaro v. New Jersey,
396 U.S. 365 (1970)

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Molinaro v. New Jersey, 396 U.S. 365 (1970)

Molinaro v. New Jersey

No. 663

Decided January 19, 1970

396 U.S. 365


The Court, absent any contrary provision in the statute under which the appeal in this criminal case was made, decline to adjudicate the merits, since appellant, who was free on bail, refused to surrender himself to state authorities, and is now a fugitive from justice.

54 N.J. 246, 254 A.2d 792, appeal dismissed.

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