Crim. No. 5532
42 Cal. 2d 663; 268 P.2d 475; 1954
Remarks of the prosecuting attorney were not prejudicial to defendants because of the overwhelming evidence of defendants' guilt. A manslaughter instruction would have been improper because evidence supported first-degree murder or self-defense.
Carter, Jesse W., "People v. Wolfe" (1954). Jesse Carter Opinions. Paper 253.