Georgia Reports Volume 151

Georgia Reports Volume 151

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1921 edition. Excerpt: ...requiring him to call such election, the court did not err in refusing to grant the relief sought. Judgment aflirmed. All the Justices concur. No. 2271. APRIL 16, 1921. Petition for mandamus. Before Judge Tarver. Whitfield supe rior court. September 11, 1920. R. H. House, for plaintiffs. W. O'. Martin and Maddox, McO'amy & Shumate, for defendants. BECK, P. J. 1. Where by consent of both parties a divorce case, in eluding the issues made by a counter-petition seeking alimony, was tried together with an ejectment case, wherein a grantee of the husband of the wife, who was the defendant in the divorce case, had brought suit to recover lands in the possession of such defendant, and she defended upon the ground that the deed from her husband to the plaintiff in the ejectment case was fraudulent and void-because executed in order to exempt the lands conveyed from the claims for alimony, charges to the jury by the court upon the issues involved in the ejectment case were necessarily involved, as the two cases were tried together; and in the present case the court sufiiciently pointed out to the jury that his instructions relative to fraud in the execution of the deed related to the issues in the ejectment case. Complaint that the verdict is contrary to stated portions of the charge raises no other question than the general assignment that the verdict is contrary to law. There was evidence to support the verdict. Judgment aflirmed. All the Justices concur. No. 2311. Arsu. 16, 1921. Divorce and alimony, etc. Before Judge Irwin. Douglas supe rior court. June 27, 1920. James zfz Bedgood, for plaintiff in error. J. R. Hutcheson, contra. ANTONOPOULAS v. THE STATE. PER CURIAM. "Where one has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge and...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236871979
  • 9781236871978