No. B-5639.

536 S.W.2d 542 (1976)

Ex parte Maurice WERBLUD.

Supreme Court of Texas.

As Corrected on Denial of Rehearing June 9, 1976.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Dunnam, Dunnam & Dunnam, W. V. Dunnam, Jr., Waco, for relator.

John L. Hill, Atty. Gen., Bernard D. Newsom, Asst. Atty. Gen., Austin, for respondent.

POPE, Justice.

Maurice Werblud applied for writ of habeas corpus to obtain his release from custody for his failure to pay two fines, each in the sum of $500 for violations of a temporary injunction committed on different days. On July 28, 1975, the 54th Judicial District Court temporarily enjoined Werblud from operating his rendering plant, Texas Pet Foods, Inc., in certain designated ways because it was emitting noxious odors in violation of the Texas Clean Air...


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