Mincey v. Arizona,
434 U.S. 1343 (1977)

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Mincey v. Arizona, 434 U.S. 1343 (1977)

Mincey v. Arizona

No. A-302 (77-5353)

Decided October 6, 1977

434 U.S. 1343


Where the Arizona Supreme Court reversed applicant's convictions on murder and assault counts because of erroneous jury instructions but affirmed his convictions on related drug counts, his application for stay, pending disposition of his pending petition for certiorari to review the drug convictions, of his second trial on the murder and assault counts, based on claims that illegally obtained evidence will be admitted at the second trial, is denied, since such claims must be asserted through normal post-trial review procedures.

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