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City of Prairie View v. Thomas

U.S.
Jun 17, 1985
472 U.S. 1017 (1985)

Summary

holding that a judicial ruling is an acquittal "only when, in terminating the proceeding, the trial court actually resolves in favor of the defendant a factual element necessary for a criminal conviction"

Summary of this case from People v. Szalma

Opinion

No. 84-954.

June 17, 1985.


ORDERS

C.A. 5th Cir. Certiorari denied. Reported below: 734 F. 2d 185 and 741 F. 2d 783.


Summaries of

City of Prairie View v. Thomas

U.S.
Jun 17, 1985
472 U.S. 1017 (1985)

holding that a judicial ruling is an acquittal "only when, in terminating the proceeding, the trial court actually resolves in favor of the defendant a factual element necessary for a criminal conviction"

Summary of this case from People v. Szalma

setting forth test for whether acts of judge are "judicial"

Summary of this case from Collin County, Texas v. H.A.V.E.N.
Case details for

City of Prairie View v. Thomas

Case Details

Full title:CITY OF PRAIRIE VIEW, TEXAS, ET AL. v. THOMAS

Court:U.S.

Date published: Jun 17, 1985

Citations

472 U.S. 1017 (1985)
105 S. Ct. 3476

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