Whitus v. Georgia
|Whitus v. Georgia
|plaintiff (Whitus), who had been convicted for murder, and as such reversed their convictions. This was due to the Georgia jury selection policies; in which it was alleged racial discrimination had occurred. — Excerpted from Whitus v. Georgia on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.Whitus v. Georgia, 385 U.S. 545 (1967), found in favor of the|
United States Supreme Court
WHITUS v. GEORGIA
Argued: Dec. 7, 1966. --- Decided: Jan 23, 1967
Charles Morgan, Jr., Atlanta, Ga., and P. Walter Jones, Albany, Ga., for petitioners.
Fred B. Hand, Jr., Pelham, Ga., and E. Freeman Leverett, Atlanta, Ga., for respondent.
Mr. Justice CLARK delivered the opinion of the Court.
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