Crim. No. 5658
44 Cal. 2d 511; 282 P.2d 898; 1955
Injuries to kidnapping victim, who had been allowed to exercise, eat, smoke, read, shave, bathe, and use a toothbrush, were trivial and thus, were not the type of injuries the legislature contemplated in providing the death penalty for kidnapping.
Carter, Jesse W., "People v. Jackson [DISSENT]" (1955). Jesse Carter Opinions. Paper 208.