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UNITED STATES V. GRIFFITH, 141 U. S. 212 (1890)

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United States v. Griffith, 141 U.S. 212 (1890)

United States v. Griffith

No. 114

Submitted December 5, 1890

Decided December 8, 1890.

141 U.S. 212


It is irregular for counsel for an appellant to file, with a motion to dismiss, the appeal papers stating the grounds on which the motion is made.

The case is stated in the opinion.

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