A.L. Gusman in behalf of Samuel Wright, appellant, vs. L.H. Marreno, sheriff, &c.

brief for appellant by Samuel Wright

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StatementA.L. Gusman, attorney for appellant, A.A. Birney, of counsel.
ContributionsGusman, A. L., Marrero, L. H., Lawson, Jesse, inscriber., Daniel Murray Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
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LC ClassificationsE449 .D16 vol. 23, no. 17
The Physical Object
Pagination23 p. ;
Number of Pages23
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1679126M
LC Control Number91898524

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A.L. Gusman in behalf of Samuel Wright, appellant, vs. L.H. Marreno, sheriff, &c. by Samuel Wright Download PDF EPUB FB2

Title A.L. Gusman in behalf of Samuel Wright, appellant, vs. L.H. Marreno, sheriff, &c.: brief for appellant Summary Legal brief on behalf of Samuel Wright, presumably an African American, convicted in Louisiana of rape and sentenced to hang, challenging the legality of the Louisiana state constitution of under which Wright was convicted.

A.L. Gusman in behalf of Samuel Wright, appellant, vs. L.H. Marreno, sheriff, &c.: brief for Legal brief on behalf of Samuel Wright, presumably an African American, convicted in Louisiana of rape and sentenced to hang, challenging the legality of the Louisiana state constitution of under which.

A.L. Gusman in behalf of Samuel Wright, appellant, vs. L.H. Marreno, sheriff, &c.: brief for appellant Legal brief on behalf of Samuel Wright, presumably an African American, convicted in Louisiana of rape and sentenced to hang, challenging the legality of the Louisiana state constitution of under which Wright was convicted.

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Created / Published Cheyney, Pa., Committee of Twelve for the Advancement of the Interests of the Negro Race [?]. In December the information was amended to add the charge of sale. On A.L. Gusman in behalf of Samuel Wright motion, the trial date of December 14 was vacated, and trial began on Ma Wright contends the amendment violated the compulsory joinder provisions of § (2), C.R.S.

( 8). We disagree. There was vs. L.H. Marreno violation of this provision. Appellant's allegations, if true, would entitle him to relief. The failure of counsel to file a timely notice of appeal when his client instructs him to do so amounts to ineffective assistance of counsel.

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