Kemp v. Smith,
463 U.S. 1344 (1983)

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Kemp v. Smith, 463 U.S. 1344 (1983)

Kemp v. Smith

No. A-186

Decided September 17, 1983

463 U.S. 1344


An application to vacate the stay of execution that the Court of Appeals granted pending issuance of its mandate after consideration of respondent's suggestion for an en banc rehearing of the court's denial of his petition for habeas corpus is denied. It cannot be said that the Court of Appeals abused its discretion in staying respondent's execution.

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