STATE v. CITY OF DAYTONA BEACH


69 So.2d 658 (1954)

STATE of Florida, Appellant, v. The CITY OF DAYTONA BEACH, Florida, Appellee.

Supreme Court of Florida. Division A.

January 15, 1954.


Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Murray Sams, De Land, for appellant.

Thomas T. Cobb, Daytona Beach, and Mitchell & Pershing, New York City, for appellee.

Joseph Ginsberg, Daytona Beach, for intervenor.


MATHEWS, Justice.

The record and briefs in this cause have been carefully examined by the Court and it appears that all questions raised by the assignments of error by all the parties have heretofore been determined by this Court. No good purpose would be served by writing an opinion reiterating and reaffirming our former opinions. It is sufficient to say that each and every assignment of error has been carefully considered and each of them is without merit.

Affirmed.

ROBERTS, C.J., and TERRELL and SEBRING, JJ., concur.


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