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Holmes v. Milligan

Decided: December 28, 1943.

LOUISE TROST HOLMES, PLAINTIFF-RESPONDENT,
v.
CHESTER MILLIGAN, DEFENDANT-PROSECUTOR



On rule to show cause why an order to hold to bail should not be dismissed.

For the plaintiff-respondent, Elsie L. White and Louis Steisel.

For the defendant-prosecutor, James D. Connell and Joseph B. McFeely.

Before Justices Case, Donges and Porter.

Case

The opinion of the court was delivered by

CASE, J. The action is on a contract alleged to have been induced by fraud. The chronology of the various steps in the cause is:

April 1, 1943 Affidavit.

April 1, 1943 Order to hold to bail.

April 6, 1943 Capias issued.

April 7, 1943 Affidavit and order to hold to bail filed with the clerk of the Supreme Court.

April 7, 1943 Arrest on capias.

April 7, 1943 Bail given and defendant ...


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