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MASSACHUSETTS V. FEENEY, 429 U. S. 66 (1976)

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Massachusetts v. Feeney, 429 U.S. 66 (1976)

Massachusetts v. Feeney

No. 76-265

Decided November 8, 1976

429 U.S. 66


The question whether Massachusetts law authorizes the Massachusetts Attorney General to appeal from the Federal District Court's judgment against certain state officers he represented in that court notwithstanding their expressed opposition to the appeal, is certified to the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court in the absence of any clearly controlling decision on the question by that court.

415 F.Supp. 485, question certified.

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