Middleton v. General Water Works & Electric Corporation

CourtSupreme Court of Alabama
Citation149 So. 352,227 Ala. 219
Docket Number4 Div. 726.
Decision Date29 June 1933

Certiorari to Court of Appeals.

See, also, 224 Ala. 268, 139 So. 273.

Stokely, Scrivner, Dominick & Smith and Basil A. Wood, all of Birmingham, for the motion.

A. R. Powell, of Andalusia, opposed.

KNIGHT, Justice.

Petition of R. C. Middleton for certiorari to the Court of Appeals to review and revise the judgment and decision of that court in R. C. Middleton v. General Water Works and Electric Corp., 149 So. 351.

Writ denied.

All the Justices concur, except BROWN, J., not sitting.

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  • Dixie Coaches, Inc. v. Ramsden
    • United States
    • Supreme Court of Alabama
    • 15 June 1939
    ...legislative intent." Middleton v. General Water Works & Electric Corp., 25 Ala.App. 455, 149 So. 351; certiorari denied, 227 Ala. 219, 149 So. 352. intention of the Legislature must primarily be determined from the language of the statute itself if it is unambiguous. Steber v. State, 26 Ala......
  • Mosley v. State, CR–13–0613.
    • United States
    • Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals
    • 6 February 2015
    ...to conflict with § 15–22–50, § 15–22–50 would have to yield to the more recently enacted [guidelines]. Middleton, 25 Ala.App. at 456, 149 So. at 352."Ex parte McCormick, 932 So.2d at 138–39 (footnote omitted).Moreover, our interpretation of the guidelines and accompanying instructions is ra......
  • Ex Parte McCormick
    • United States
    • Supreme Court of Alabama
    • 23 November 2005
    ...... in point of time prevails.'") (quoting Middleton v. General Water Works & Elec. Corp., 25 ......
  • Moore v. Howard
    • United States
    • Supreme Court of Alabama
    • 29 June 1933
    ...... general circulation therein." (Italics supplied.). . . ......
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