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State v. Tuller

Oregon Court of Appeals
Apr 20, 2005
111 P.3d 248 (Or. Ct. App. 2005)

Summary

In State v. Tuller, 34 Conn. 280, 299, we said, "In England if two different felonies are charged in separate counts, the court will quash the indictment, but that is not the practice here."

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Opinion

No. A119120.

April 20, 2005.


Case affirmed without opinion.


Summaries of

State v. Tuller

Oregon Court of Appeals
Apr 20, 2005
111 P.3d 248 (Or. Ct. App. 2005)

In State v. Tuller, 34 Conn. 280, 299, we said, "In England if two different felonies are charged in separate counts, the court will quash the indictment, but that is not the practice here."

Summary of this case from State v. Bradley
Case details for

State v. Tuller

Case Details

Full title:STATE v. CARL ALLEN TULLER

Court:Oregon Court of Appeals

Date published: Apr 20, 2005

Citations

111 P.3d 248 (Or. Ct. App. 2005)
199 Or. App. 270

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