Hughes v state view this case and other resources at citation 278 us 56249 s ct 36 73 l ed 507 1928 us brief fact summary appellant was intoxicated and drove her car into another car and killed a baby that was almost to term appellant argued that the baby was not yet a human being because it had been born dead. Hughes v state 1994 ok cr 3 868 p2d 730 case number f 92 1083 decided 01 24 1994 treva lanan hughes appellant v the state of oklahoma appellee oklahoma court of criminal appeals an appeal from the district court of oklahoma county eugene mathews district judge bill pipkin moore for appellant. Hughes concedes that the state presented sufficient evidence to support the conclusion that hughes intentionally broke down the bedroom door but hughes argues that he could not lawfully be convicted of criminal mischief for this conduct because he and his estranged wife were co owners of the house. Hughes bought and shipped a load of natural minnows small fish from oklahoma to wichita falls oklahoma restricted the transportation of minnows procured from waters within the state hughes was arrested convicted and fined he then filed suit against the state arguing the statute violated the commerce clause synopsis of rule of law. A summary and case brief of hughes v state 868 p2d 730 1994 including the facts issue rule of law holding and reasoning key terms and concurrences and dissents
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