CROSSE v. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF ELECTIONS OF BALTIMORE CITY

[No. 223, September Term, 1966 (Adv.).]

243 Md. 555 (1966)

221 A.2d 431

CROSSE v. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF ELECTIONS OF BALTIMORE CITY

Court of Appeals of Maryland.

Opinion filed July 21, 1966.


Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

St. George I.B. Crosse, III, in proper person, for appellant.

Edward L. Blanton, Jr., Assistant Attorney General, with whom was Thomas B. Finan, Attorney General, on the brief, for appellee.

The cause was argued before HAMMOND, HORNEY, MARBURY, OPPENHEIMER and BARNES, JJ.


Decided, per curiam, July 1, 1966.

OPPENHEIMER, J., delivered the opinion of the Court.

After argument, by per curiam order, we reversed the order of the Superior Court of Baltimore City which denied the appellant's petition for a writ of mandamus to compel the Board of Supervisors of Elections of Baltimore City, to accept and certify his candidacy for Sheriff of Baltimore City, and ordered that the mandate directing the writ of mandamus prayed for below be...

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