No. 38479.

69 Wn.2d 64 (1966)

416 P.2d 670

THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, on the Relation of Phillip Woodhouse, Appellant, v. JAMES J. DORE, Respondent.

The Supreme Court of Washington, Department One.

July 14, 1966.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Olwell, Boyle & Hattrup, for appellant.

Charles O. Carroll and Neal J. Shulman, for respondent.


Defendant Phillip Woodhouse petitioned the Superior Court for King County to review and set aside a sentence of 6 months' confinement entered by a justice of the peace of the Seattle district justice court. Pursuant to an order staying proceedings and directing issuance of a writ of certiorari, a hearing was held in superior court. Defendant now appeals the final order of the superior court which declared, inter alia, "that there was no abuse of judicial...

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