Gen. No. 10,902.

96 Ill. App.2d 253 (1968)

238 N.E.2d 266

People of the State of Illinois, Plaintiff, v. Abe Rice, Defendant. People of the State of Illinois, Petitioner-Appellee, v. Delars J. Bracy, Respondent-Appellant.

Appellate Court of Illinois — Fourth District.

Rehearing denied July 10, 1968.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

R. Eugene Pincham, Earl E. Strayhorn, Charles B. Evins, and Sam Adam, of Chicago for appellant.

John J. Bresee, State's Attorney, of Urbana, for appellee.


Respondent appeals from an order finding that he wilfully and contumaciously failed to appear in court upon the date set for trial of one Rice, charged with forgery. The court imposed a fine of $100 for criminal contempt.

The essential question is whether the respondent was, in fact, properly considered an attorney of record for the defendant Rice upon the indictment to be tried. The issue is created through the following facts upon which there is...

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