Nos. 38295, 38296, 38665.

69 Wn.2d 627 (1966)

419 P.2d 590

THE STATE OF WASHINGTON, Respondent, v. STEPHEN D. COLLINS, Appellant. STEPHEN D. COLLINS, Petitioner, v. ROGER MAXWELL, as Superintendent of the State Reformatory, Respondent.

The Supreme Court of Washington, Department One.

October 27, 1966.


By the time he was nineteen, Stephen Collins had been convicted of two felonies. In one case (King County No. 42254) a jury found him guilty of burglary in the second degree committed December 7 or 8, 1964; in the other (King County No. 42252) another jury judged him guilty of taking and riding in an automobile without the owner's permission, committed January 31, 1965. He now brings a consolidated appeal, combining his assignments of error to raise constitutional...

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