Moon v. Maryland,
398 U.S. 319 (1970)

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Moon v. Maryland, 398 U.S. 319 (1970)

Moon v. Maryland

No. 267

Argued April 22, 1970

Decided June 8, 1970

398 U.S. 319


After petitioner's first conviction was set aside on appeal, he was retried for the same offense, convicted, and given. a more severe sentence than before. Following the grant of a petition for: writ of certiorari to consider the question of the retroactivity of North Carolina v. Pearce, 395 U. S. 711, facts emerged from which it appears that there is no claim that the due process standards of that case have been violated here. The writ is therefore dismissed as improvidently granted.

250 Md. 468, 243 A.2d 564, certiorari dismissed as improvidently granted.

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