S. F. No. 18788
41 Cal. 2d 648; 262 P.2d 561; 1953
A trial court's refusal to issue a writ of mandate to compel a warden to inquire into the sanity of a prisoner under a death sentence did not have to be set aside on the basis of a misapprehension of the warden's duty or lack of express findings.
Carter, Jesse W., "McCracken v. Teets [DISSENT]" (1953). Jesse Carter Opinions. Paper 300.