SHAFFER v. BRIDGES, 397 U.S. 94 (1970)

U.S. Supreme Court

SHAFFER v. BRIDGES, 397 U.S. 94 (1970)

397 U.S. 94

SHAFFER v. BRIDGES
APPEAL FROM THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR
THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI No. 535, Misc.
Decided February 27, 1970

295 F. Supp. 869, appeal dismissed.

James Robertson and Lawrence A. Aschenbrenner for appellant.

A. F. Summer, Attorney General of Mississippi, and Will S. Wells, Assistant Attorney General, for appellee.

PER CURIAM.

The motion of the appellant for leave to proceed in forma pauperis is granted. The motion to dismiss is granted and the case is dismissed as moot.




U.S. Supreme Court

SHAFFER v. BRIDGES, 397 U.S. 94 (1970)

397 U.S. 94

SHAFFER v. BRIDGES
APPEAL FROM THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR
THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI No. 535, Misc.
Decided February 27, 1970

295 F. Supp. 869, appeal dismissed.

James Robertson and Lawrence A. Aschenbrenner for appellant.

A. F. Summer, Attorney General of Mississippi, and Will S. Wells, Assistant Attorney General, for appellee.

PER CURIAM.

The motion of the appellant for leave to proceed in forma pauperis is granted. The motion to dismiss is granted and the case is dismissed as moot.

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