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MICAS V. WILLIAMS, 104 U. S. 556 (1881)

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Micas v. Williams, 104 U.S. 556 (1881)

Micas v. Williams

104 U.S. 556


Where the record is such as to furnish a sufficient color of right to the dismissal of the writ of error to justify the court in entertaining with a motion to dismiss a motion to affirm under Rule 6, held that although the grounds for dismissal be removed by a further showing, the motion to affirm will be granted when it is manifest that the writ was sued out for delay only.

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