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 - Tho to In tho constitution, "all for nu person...
Tho to In tho constitution, "all for nu person due law in rules hearing after a law trial of Opinion by Hurt, J, Tom Angus vo. State--Appeal from DaK las': No part of tho excluded testimony Included in tho first bill related to or was connected ^ith evidence drawn out by state. Defendant was allowed to prove antecedent acts aud declarations of deceased fully. What ho himself said and did about such acts and declarations was not admlRsI- blo as run gosttv. All of tho testimony of witness Cowan drawn out by defendant. What Cowan to defendant as to threats was admitted. What defendant said to Cowan upon being told of the threats was prop- .erly excluded. For the purpose of show- Ing animus tho«tato was entitled to that defendant bud on two occasions his pistol aud attempted to shoot Willis, havlnit on both occasions mistaken Willis for deceased. Tho case made by tho evidence was murder on self-defense. Tho defendant ought to congratuUto himself tho mildness of his puniohment (fivo-ycarc). Affirmed. Opinion by White, P. J.

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  1. The Galveston Daily News,
  2. 30 Jun 1890, Mon,
  3. Page 12

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