Crim. No. 5300
39 Cal. 2d 235; 246 P.2d 31; 1952
Defendant's conviction of first degree murder and sentence of the death penalty were proper because there was no provocation for his conduct, and the circumstances showed an abandoned and malignant heart together with a consciousness of guilt.
Carter, Jesse W., "People v. Gilliam [DISSENT]" (1952). Jesse Carter Opinions. 376.