4 Div. 298.
October 14, 1943.
Certiorari to Court of Appeals.
Petition of Curtis Adams for certiorari to the Court of Appeals to review and revise the judgment and decision of that Court in the case of Adams v. State, 15 So.2d 281.
R. S. Ward, of Geneva, for the petition.
Wm. N. McQueen, Acting Atty. Gen., and John O. Harris, Asst. Atty. Gen., opposed.
Reference to the opinion of the Court of Appeals will disclose the fact that it deals with no specific questions of error, states no propositions of law; the sum and substance of the opinion is that there is no error in the record. Under the rule heretofore observed by this court in cases of this kind — i. e., applications for certiorari to the Court of Appeals — the application in this case presents nothing that can be reviewed in this court. Simpson v. State, 214 Ala. 176, 106 So. 898; Postal Telegraph-Cable Co. v. Minderhout, 195 Ala. 420, 71 So. 91.
All the Justices concur, except BOULDIN, J., not sitting.
GARDNER, C. J., and THOMAS, BOULDIN, BROWN, FOSTER, LIVINGSTON, and STAKELY, JJ., concur.