Campo v. State Department of Health

CourtSupreme Court of Connecticut
Writing for the CourtPER CURIAM.
Citation142 A. 476,108 Conn. 82
PartiesANTHONY R. CAMPO v. THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH. MODESTINO COPPOLA v. THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH. WILLIAM H. FELDMAN v. THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH. SAMUEL LERNER v. THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH. WILLIAM LEVY v. THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH.
Decision Date18 June 1928

142 A. 476

108 Conn. 82

ANTHONY R. CAMPO
v.

THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH.

MODESTINO COPPOLA
v.

THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH.

WILLIAM H. FELDMAN
v.

THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH.

SAMUEL LERNER
v.
THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH.

WILLIAM LEVY
v.
THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH.

Supreme Court of Errors of Connecticut.

June 18, 1928


Appeal from Superior Court, New Haven County; Allyn L. Brown, Judge.

Samuel E. Hoyt and Harry L. Edlin, both of New Haven, for appellants Campo and Coppola.

William F. D. Kilpatrick, of Bridgeport, for appellants Feldman, Lerner, and Levy.

James W. Carpenter, of Hartford, Benjamin W. Alling, Atty. Gen., and Cyril Coleman and J. H. Bartholomew, Jr., both of Hartford, for appellee.

Argued before MALTBIE, HAINES, HINMAN, BANKS, and WOLFE, JJ.

PER CURIAM.

Each of these appellants appeals from a judgment of the superior court sustaining the revocation of his license to practice medicine by the state department of health under circumstances identical in all material respects with those involved in Mower v. State Department of Health, 142 A. 473. The issues raised are determined adversely to the appellants by our decision in that case.

There is no error in any of these appeals.

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3 practice notes
  • State ex rel. Lentine v. State Board of Health, No. 31168.
    • United States
    • United States State Supreme Court of Missouri
    • 6 de dezembro de 1933
    ...of specific acts proper to prove "bad moral character." Mower v. State Dept. of Health, 108 Conn. 74; Lerner v. State Dept. of Health, 108 Conn. 82; Posner v. State Dept. of Health, 108 Conn. 83. Proof does not have to be beyond a reasonable doubt. Sec. 9120, R.S. 1929; State v. Brown, 245 ......
  • State ex rel. Campo v. Osborn
    • United States
    • Connecticut Supreme Court
    • 3 de janeiro de 1940
    ...the Superior Court and from an adverse decision in that court appealed unsuccessfully to this court. Campo v. State Department of Health, 108 Conn. 82, 142 A. 476. The reason for the revocation of his license was because it had been procured by fraud. Graduates of the St. Louis College of P......
  • State v. Osborn
    • United States
    • Supreme Court of Connecticut
    • 3 de janeiro de 1940
    ...the Superior Court and from an adverse decision in that court appealed unsuccessfully to this court. Campo v. State Department of Health, 108 Conn. 82, 142 A. 476. The reason for the revocation of his license was because it had been procured by fraud. Graduates of the St. Louis College of P......
3 cases
  • State ex rel. Lentine v. State Board of Health, No. 31168.
    • United States
    • United States State Supreme Court of Missouri
    • 6 de dezembro de 1933
    ...of specific acts proper to prove "bad moral character." Mower v. State Dept. of Health, 108 Conn. 74; Lerner v. State Dept. of Health, 108 Conn. 82; Posner v. State Dept. of Health, 108 Conn. 83. Proof does not have to be beyond a reasonable doubt. Sec. 9120, R.S. 1929; State v. Brown, 245 ......
  • State ex rel. Campo v. Osborn
    • United States
    • Connecticut Supreme Court
    • 3 de janeiro de 1940
    ...the Superior Court and from an adverse decision in that court appealed unsuccessfully to this court. Campo v. State Department of Health, 108 Conn. 82, 142 A. 476. The reason for the revocation of his license was because it had been procured by fraud. Graduates of the St. Louis College of P......
  • State v. Osborn
    • United States
    • Supreme Court of Connecticut
    • 3 de janeiro de 1940
    ...the Superior Court and from an adverse decision in that court appealed unsuccessfully to this court. Campo v. State Department of Health, 108 Conn. 82, 142 A. 476. The reason for the revocation of his license was because it had been procured by fraud. Graduates of the St. Louis College of P......

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