Decided February 28, 1945.
Supreme Court — Dismissal — No debatable constitutional question involved — Criminal law — First degree murder — Short form of indictment — Section 13437-6, General Code — Bill of particulars denied — Accused sufficiently informed, when — Absence of coroner's report — Autopsy made on behalf of state — Report denied to accused — Not public record, when — Confession introduced — Voluntary and legally obtained, when — Results obtained by lie detector, admissible, when — Information as to nature and cause of accusation, not denied, when — Witness against self not compelled, when — Due process — Sections 10 and 16, Article I, Constitution — Articles V, VI and XIV, Amendments, U.S. Constitution.
APPEAL from the Court of Appeals of Fayette county.
Mr. John B. Hill, prosecuting attorney, and Mr. Simon L. Leis, for appellee.
Messrs. Smith Kirk, for appellant.
It is ordered and adjudged that this appeal as of right be, and the same hereby is, dismissed for the reason that no debatable constitutional question is involved.
WEYGANDT, C.J., ZIMMERMAN, BELL, WILLIAMS, TURNER, MATTHIAS and HART, JJ., concur.