California v. Krivda,
409 U.S. 33 (1972)

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California v. Krivda, 409 U.S. 33 (1972)

California v. Krivda

No. 71-651

Argued October 10, 1972

Decided October 24, 1972

409 U.S. 33


It not being clear whether the judgment of the California Supreme Court affirming the lower court is based on federal or state constitutional grounds, or both, and whether this Court has jurisdiction on review, that judgment is vacated and the case remanded.

5 Cal. 3d 357, 486 P. 2d 1262, vacated and remanded.

Page 409 U. S. 34

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