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Sasso v. Macleod

New Jersey Supreme Court


Decided: March 17, 1948.

FRANK LA SASSO, PROSECUTOR,
v.
ALEXANDER MACLEOD, JUDGE OF THE PASSAIC COUNTY COURT OF COMMON PLEAS, ET AL., DEFENDANTS

On motion for leave to frame a record on certiorari.

For the prosecutor, Isadore Rabinowitz.

For the defendants, Manfield G. Amlicke.

Before Justices Donges, Colie and Eastwood.

Colie

[137 NJL Page 46]

The opinion of the court was delivered by

COLIE, J. Frank La Sasso had a rule to show cause why a writ of certiorari should not issue to review an order of the Passaic County Court of Common Pleas. Upon the return of the rule, the Supreme Court discharged the rule and its opinion is reported in 136 N.J.L. 345. Since the decision in State v. Wood, 23 Id. 560, it has been settled that no appeal will lie from the refusal to allow a writ of certiorari. To the same effect: Daniel B. Frazier Co. v. Long Beach, 110 Id. 221.

The motion is denied, with costs.

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