Decided October 3, 1951.
Supreme Court — Dismissal — No debatable constitutional question involved — Criminal law — Nonsupport of minor children — Section 1639-46, General Code — Affidavit — Pleading — "Charged by law" with support of children — Evidence — Admissibility of divorce judgment ordering accused to support children — Rights of accused — To adduce evidence on issue of paternity — To trial by jury — To be informed of accusation against him — To confront witnesses — Section 5, Article 1, Constitution — Article 6, Amendments, U.S. Constitution — Section 10, Article 1, Constitution — Due process — Section 16, Article 1, Constitution — Article 14, Amendments, U.S. Constitution.
APPEAL from the Court of Appeals for Summit county.
Mr. Alva J. Russell, prosecuting attorney, and Mr. Alfred E. Vuillemin, for appellee.
Mr. Stephen D. Hadley and Mr. Paul W. Vale, 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, STEWART, MIDDLETON, TAFT, MATTHIAS, and HART, JJ., concur.