State v. Owen Jones
1951.MN.143, 48 N.W.2D 662, 234 MINN. 438
Kansas City District Missouri Court of Appeals
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On January 5, 1950, a complaint was filed with the justice of the peace of Elbow Lake, Minnesota, charging defendant with the crime of sodomy. He was arrested at Fargo, North Dakota, on the same day and lodged in jail at that place. The next day, defendant waived extradition and was returned to Elbow Lake, where he waived preliminary hearing and signed an application to plead guilty to the charges preferred. On that same day, he appeared with his attorney and other interested parties before the judge of the district court at Morris, Minnesota, at which time defendants request to plead guilty was postponed. On January 21, 1950, with several attorneys and other interested parties, defendant again appeared before the same district judge at Morris, at which time a motion on his part to withdraw his application to plead guilty was granted, and defendant was admitted to bail.
- Category: Law
- Published: Jun 29, 1951
- Publisher: LawApp Publishers
- Seller: Innodata Book Distribution Services Inc
- Print Length: 8 Pages
- Language: English