New Jersey Law Reports Volume 84

New Jersey Law Reports Volume 84

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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. 1914 edition. Excerpt: ...opinion is reported in 52 Vroom 135. For the plaintiff in error, Andrew Foulds, Jr. For the defendant in error, John Scott Dahtson. The judgment under-review herein should be affirmed, for the reasons expressed in the opinion delivered by Mr. Justice Voorhees in the Supreme Court. 55 Vroom. Wilson v. McDermott. For affirmance---THE CHANCELLOR, CHIEF JUSTICE, TRENCHARD, BERGEN, MINTURN, Kamscrr, BOGERT, VREDEN--BURGH, CONGDON, Tamer, JJ. 10. For 1-eversal--None. EDMUND WILSON, ATTORNEY-GENERAL, EX REL. FRANK DEVLIN, RELATOR, PLAINTIFF IN ERROR, v. THOMAS MCDERMOTI', DEFENDANT IN ERROR. Argued November 20, 1912--Decided March 3, 1913. On error to the Supreme Court. For the plaintifi in error, (70Zl'in.s de Corbin. For the defendant in error, Joseph M. N oomz-n. PER CURIAM. The same facts, with the exception that the relator at the time of his removal was deputy warden of Hudson county jail, exist in this case as were present in Sullivan v. M cOs7cer, ante p. 380. For the reasons stated in the opinion of that case the judgment of the Supreme Court will be reversed with direction that the demurrer be overruled. For reversal--THE CHANCELLOR, TRENCHARD, BERGEN, MINTURN, Kamscn, BOGERT, VREDENBURGH, Common, Tn1: AcY, JJ. 9. ALEXANDER BOTTSTEIN, DEFENDANT IN ERROR, v. ERIE RAILROAD COMPANY, PLAINTIFF IN ERROR. Submitted December 9, 1912--Decided March 3, 1913. On error to the Supreme Court, in which the following opinion was filed: PER CURIAM. The only legal errors complained of are the refusal to nonsuit the plaintiff and the refusal to find for the defendant. The trial judge found that excessive force was used in ejecting the plaintiff from the train. If there was evidence to justify this finding it is unnecessary to decide...show more

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