State
v.
McGee

Supreme Court of OhioOct 26, 1938
134 Ohio St. 426 (Ohio 1938)
134 Ohio St. 42617 N.E.2d 638

Nos. 27184 and 27185

Decided October 26, 1938.

Supreme Court — Dismissal — No debatable constitutional question involved — Criminal law — Joint indictment for extortion by threats, intimidation, etc. — Section 13384, General Code — Right of defendants to separate trials — Section 13442-11, General Code — Evidence of similar offenses — Section 13444-19, General Code.

APPEALS from the Court of Appeals of Cuyahoga county.

Mr. Frank T. Cullitan, prosecuting attorney, and Mr. Charles J. McNamee, for appellee.

Mr. William J. Corrigan, for appellant John McGee.

Mr. William E. Minshall and Mr. Elmer McNulty, for appellant Donald A. Campbell.


It is ordered and adjudged that said appeals as of right be, and the same hereby are, dismissed for the reason no debatable constitutional question is involved in said causes.

Appeals dismissed.

WEYGANDT, C.J., MATTHIAS, DAY, ZIMMERMAN, WILLIAMS, MYERS and GORMAN, JJ., concur.