475 F2d 1141 Jones v. State of Georgia
475 F.2d 1141
Larry JONES, Petitioner-Appellant,
STATE OF GEORGIA et al., Respondents-Appellees.
No. 72-3659 Summary Calendar.*
United States Court of Appeals,
April 27, 1973.
James C. Bonner, Decatur, Ga., (Court-appointed), for petitioner-appellant.
Arthur K. Bolton, Atty. Gen., Harold N. Hill, Jr., Courtney Wilder Stanton, David L. G. King, Jr., Asst. Attys. Gen., Atlanta, Ga., for respondents-appellees.
Before BELL, GODBOLD and INGRAHAM, Circuit Judges.
Court-appointed counsel for appellant, a Georgia state prisoner habeas applicant, has asserted one principal error on this appeal. In addition, deeming it to be his duty in a habeas case, he has conscientiously catalogued other possible errors for the consideration of the court.
The principal assignment of error, that the state trial court erred in the charge to the jury on voluntary manslaughter (called a due process violation), is, in the context of the total charge, without merit. The additional assignments of error are also without merit.1
Rule 18, 5 Cir.; see Isbell Enterprises, Inc. v. Citizens Casualty Co. of New York et al., 5 Cir., 1970, 431 F.2d 409
The additional assignments of error are the following:
Appellant's conviction for voluntary manslaughter on an indictment charging murder was a violation of due process
Appellant was denied effective assistance of counsel at trial
Appellant was arrested in violation of the Fourth Amendment
Appellant's conviction was obtained by the use of an involuntary confession
Appellant was denied assistance of counsel at the commitment hearing
Appellant was denied the right to present witnesses in his behalf because his trial counsel did not call certain witnesses who attended trial under subpoena
Appellant's conviction was obtained by the use of improperly suggestive identification procedures