Hammett v. Texas,
448 U.S. 725 (1980)

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Hammett v. Texas, 448 U.S. 725 (1980)

Hammett v. Texas

No. 79-5050

Decided July 2, 1980

448 U.S. 725


Petitioner's unopposed motion to withdraw petition for certiorari filed by his attorney seeking review of petitioner's murder conviction and death sentence is granted under this Court's Rule 60, where there is no issue as to petitioner's competence. Such withdrawal does not foreclose an application for collateral relief. Motion granted. Reported below: 578 S.W.2d 699.

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