Schuble v. Youngblood
1947.IN.30094; 73 N.E.2D 478; 225 IND. 169
Supreme Court Of Indiana
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It appears that petitioner herein was tried and convicted of a criminal offense in the Vanderburgh Circuit Court. He was a poor person and an attorney had been appointed to defend him. After his conviction he filed a written motion asking the respondent Judge to substitute an attorney, whom he named, to represent him in an appeal instead of the attorney originally appointed. Respondent declined to do so and petitioner instituted this original action in this