353 F2d 208 Barnes v. J Beto
353 F.2d 208
Mack BARNES, Appellant,
Dr. George J. BETO, Director, Texas Department of Corrections, Appellee.
United States Court of Appeals Fifth Circuit.
October 25, 1965.
Certiorari Denied February 21, 1966.
See 86 S.Ct. 918.
Appeal from the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas; Allan B. Hannay, Judge.
Mack Barnes, pro se.
Robert W. Norris, Lonnie F. Zwiener, Asst. Attys. Gen., Austin, Tex., Waggoner Carr, Atty. Gen. of Tex., Hawthorne Phillips, First Asst. Atty. Gen., Stanton Stone, Executive Asst. Atty. Gen., Howard M. Fender, Asst. Atty. Gen., for appellee.
Before BROWN and COLEMAN, Circuit Judges, and MORGAN, District Judge.
This is an appeal from a denial of habeas corpus in the district court.
The appellant, under state court sentence for armed robbery, complains that he was arrested without warrant or probable cause, that the fruits of this arrest were used against him at his trial, that his arraignment was improper, and that there was illegal delay in taking him before a committing magistrate.
The District Judge had before him the trial record, including the statement of facts, the indictment, the charge to the jury, the judgment of conviction, the sentence, the motion for a new trial, and the judgment of affirmance. His careful consideration of the matter resulted in an elaborate memorandum, five typewritten pages in length, in which the law and the facts are most carefully and correctly analyzed, pursuant to which the appellant was found to be entitled to no relief.
Our review of the case leads to complete agreement with the findings and judgment below, 247 F.Supp. 435, and an extended opinion here could not add anything of value to what has already been said.