Ex parte Ingram, 4 Div. 603

CourtSupreme Court of Alabama
Citation195 Ala. 695,70 So. 1013
Docket Number4 Div. 603
PartiesEx parte INGRAM. v. STATE. INGRAM
Decision Date25 November 1915

70 So. 1013

195 Ala. 695

Ex parte INGRAM.


4 Div. 603

Supreme Court of Alabama

November 25, 1915

Certiorari to Court of Appeals.

E.H. Hill, Lee & Tompkins, and Espy, Farmer & Farmer, all of Dothan, for petitioner.

W.L. Martin, Atty. Gen., and J.P. Mudd, Asst. Atty. Gen., for the State.


Application of Malcolm Ingram for certiorari to the Court of Appeals to review and revise the judgment of said court in the case of Malcolm Ingram v. State of Alabama, 69 So. 976. Writ denied.

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  • Gary v. State, 6 Div. 7.
    • United States
    • Alabama Court of Appeals
    • January 31, 1922
    ...and for that reason was admissible. Moton v. State, 13 Ala. App. 43, 69 So. 235; Ingram v. State, 13 Ala. App. 147, 69 So. 976; Id., 195 Ala. 695, 70 So. 1013. Testimony that deceased had had trouble with other parties at another time and place could not be shown by defendant in the examina......
  • Beard v. State, 7 Div. 416
    • United States
    • Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals
    • October 5, 1976
    ...of the res gestae . . . of the killing.' Ingram v. State, 13 Ala.App. 147, 69 So. 976, cert. den. sub nom. Ex parte Ingram, 195 Ala. 695, 70 So. 1013. Therefore, it is proper to admit declarations made by the accused while the fatal difficulty was in progress; Brown v. State, 21 Ala.App. 21......

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