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NOBLES V. GEORGIA, 168 U. S. 398 (1897)

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Nobles v. Georgia, 168 U.S. 398 (1897)

Nobles v. Georgia

No. 376

Argued November 9-10, 1897

Decided November 29, 1897

168 U.S. 398


This Court follows the construction given by the Supreme Court of the Georgia to the statutes of that state called in question in this case.

If, after a regular conviction and sentence in that state, a suggestion of a then-existing insanity is made, it is not necessary, in order to constitute "due process of law," that the question so presented should be tried by a jury.

The case is stated in the opinion.

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