Moyer v. Peabody
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|United States Supreme Court which held that the governor and officers of a state National Guard, acting in good faith and under authority of law, may imprison without probable cause a citizen of the United States in a time of insurrection and deny that citizen the right of habeas corpus. — Excerpted from Moyer v. Peabody on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.Moyer v. Peabody, 212 U.S. 78 (1909), is a decision by the|
United States Supreme Court
MOYER v. PEABODY
Argued: January 5, 6, 1909. --- Decided: January 18, 1909
Messrs. Edmund F. Richardson and Horace N. Hawkins for plaintiff in error.
[Argument of Counsel from pages 79-80 intentionally omitted]
Messrs. Horace Phelps, William H. Dickson, and John M. Waldron for defendant in error.
[Argument of Counsel from pages 80-81 intentionally omitted]
Mr. Justice Holmes delivered the opinion of the court:
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