Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
W. E. Pinkston, Dallas, W. B. Miller, Dallas, A. S. Baskett, Dallas, for appellant.
George P. Blackburn, State's Atty., of Austin, for the State.
Court of Criminal Appeals of Texas.
Appellant was convicted of the murder of Earl Lee Myers. The killing occurred at a place called Womack's Cafe in the City of Dallas.
The trouble originated in a quarrel concerning a third party named Rocquemore, having poured out some beer. Rocquemore was banished from the place by appellant. The deceased objected to the language of appellant, after Rocquemore had gone, and appellant pulled his pistol. The deceased grabbed appellant's hand...
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